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Aldershot Sack Molesley
Aldershot Sack Molesley
Vanarama National League club Aldershot Town have announced that manager Mark Molesley and his assistant Tom Prodomo have been relieved of their duties with immediate effect.
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The Shots were knocked out of the Isuzu FA Trophy by National League South side Chelmsford City on Saturday, and with the team sitting third-from-bottom in the table, steps have been made to make a change at the helm.

 

Director of football, the vastly experienced Terry Brown, will take temporary charge of first-team affairs whilst the club begin the search for a permanent successor.

 

Molesley re-joined the Shots in a managerial role in September 2021, having previously become something of a cult hero during his playing days, scoring important goals against local rivals Woking back in 2014 and the infamous goals that earned Aldershot an FA Cup replay back in the same year, before scoring the winner in the replay at The EBB Stadium just 10 days later.

 

After beginning his managerial career with stints within AFC Bournemouth’s youth systems, Molesley enjoyed great success in charge of now-National League South side Weymouth.

 

In his first season at the helm, he guided them to the Southern League title, with the side amassing 86 points.

 

Molesley’s impressive record with the Terras continued, as he guided Weymouth to back-to-back promotions after reaching the National League for the first time since the 2008/09 season, with a 3-0 penalty shoot-out victory over Dartford.

 

The former Shots midfielder’s managerial performances earned him a job in the Football League with Southend United but returned to Aldershot to take over as First-Team Manager.

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Aldershot Sack Molesley
Aldershot Sack Molesley
Sunday 16 October 22 I 08:06:14
Photo by

The Shots were knocked out of the Isuzu FA Trophy by National League South side Chelmsford City on Saturday, and with the team sitting third-from-bottom in the table, steps have been made to make a change at the helm.

 

Director of football, the vastly experienced Terry Brown, will take temporary charge of first-team affairs whilst the club begin the search for a permanent successor.

 

Molesley re-joined the Shots in a managerial role in September 2021, having previously become something of a cult hero during his playing days, scoring important goals against local rivals Woking back in 2014 and the infamous goals that earned Aldershot an FA Cup replay back in the same year, before scoring the winner in the replay at The EBB Stadium just 10 days later.

 

After beginning his managerial career with stints within AFC Bournemouth’s youth systems, Molesley enjoyed great success in charge of now-National League South side Weymouth.

 

In his first season at the helm, he guided them to the Southern League title, with the side amassing 86 points.

 

Molesley’s impressive record with the Terras continued, as he guided Weymouth to back-to-back promotions after reaching the National League for the first time since the 2008/09 season, with a 3-0 penalty shoot-out victory over Dartford.

 

The former Shots midfielder’s managerial performances earned him a job in the Football League with Southend United but returned to Aldershot to take over as First-Team Manager.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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