Davis Haule has stepped down from his position as manager of Evo-Stik League South East club Aylesbury FC.
Haule has been involved with the club for a number of years, first joining in 2012 as a player.
In January 2017 after a short spell away from the club, Haule returned to the club and into a new role of manager, steering the Moles away from the impending possibility of relegation.
Haule told the club`s official Pitchero website: “Firstly, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the fans and the people behind the scenes of Aylesbury FC, for making this place feel like home for me and my brother Brian, for a number of years.
“It is with great regret that I hand in my resignation as manager of Aylesbury FC. A resignation effective immediately and a decision not taken lightly.
“To all the players I have collaborated and worked with – thank you for your sterling efforts. I need as a manager and as a player, to make a special and heartfelt mention to the lads that have stood by me, through the clubs challenging time. Their loyalty, steadfastness and positivity has not gone unappreciated and each and every one of you knows who you are. I love you guys!
“Whilst being in charge, it was an absolute pleasure seeing the young talent of Aylesbury FC come through into men’s football.
“Very talented individuals and stand up young men. You are a credit to the football club and to your families. I hope the talent and promise you have shown continues to be pushed and promoted and leads to successful careers.
“I wish Aylesbury FC every success in the future. Despite the club facing challenging times now, its heart – and that is the fans and the players – beats strong, and that together with the focus on the long term plan will stand the club in good stead”.