Cherry Red Records Combined Counties Football League
Published 18th September 2012
.....club Egham Town to take over at Ryman League Division One South outfit Chipstead.
Chairman Patrick Bennett said: “John and Wayne told us on Saturday night that Chipstead had approached them and they were leaving us to join them with immediate effect.
“John and Wayne have been and will be very successful in football management and have all our thanks for what they have achieved at Egham and we wish them all the best in their next management role.
“They left us top of our league and we wished we could have kept them longer.
“To continue with our progress in football we are pleased to confirm that Lee Passmore is leading our new management team with immediate effect and, as always, we continue to develop from within.
“Lee has confirmed his assistant is Jack McKinlay.
“We will continue to offer soccer to our local community and to build all contacts with our local community to offer our great game to everybody.”
Thirty-five-year-old Hamsher retired from playing after suffering a nasty leg injury.
He started his career at Fulham and played in the Premiership. His other clubs include Dagenham & Redbridge, Stevenage Borough, Rushden & Diamonds and Carshalton Athletic.
He had been in charge at Egham for just under two years.
Noad`s former clubs include Chertsey Town and Cove and he was previously a long-serving player with Egham.