As a result of this seasons disappointing result which saw the club slide down the league table, a board meeting was hastily convened at Nobodys Stadium after Tuesday nights training match, 0-2 defeat to SkylineFm.
In the early hours of Wednesday morning the following statement was read out by the Chairman:
“Following the recent downturn in fortunes for the club, the Board of Directors have decided unanimously that regrettably Logan Woodhall will be leaving his position as Coach of the first team. We wish to thank him for his dedication and hard work as coach.
The Board has also decided to appoint Malcolm Warren as the team’s new player/coach. Changing coaches is always a hard decision to make, however we are certain that now is the right time to do so, and give the whole team a boost. Difficult times may lay ahead for the club, but as a Board, we are convinced that Malcolm is the right man to lead the team to new heights”.
a-bot-team – Stu Sinclairs Beard 3-0
Ryurik Izmestiev opened the scoring in the eighth minute for a-bot-team, he rifled the ball into the the top corner from the penalty spot. Manfred Tegland made it 2-0 eight minutes before the break.
After 78 minutes, Darren Barnes put abt ahead 3-0 when he rose to head in a cross from the right wing.
Despite numerous other chances the game ended with the home side winning 3-0. a-bot-team dropped down one position in the league because Kenniesheros scored 6 goal away to Hull Huskies.
a-bot-team – RC United 9-0
a-bot-team had a fine morale boosting 9-0 win over RC United in this Sunday league match at Nobodys Stadium. The home side dominated the game from start to finish, the highlights being a brace each for Luka Burns and Ryurik Izmestiev.
At full-time, Woodhall commented, “The lads knocked the ball about well, and scored some really good goals. It was a great team effort and I think our play certainly merited the result.”
He continued, “We’ve been through the wringer a bit recently, so it was good to get such a good performance under our belts”.