The Board of Directors at AFC Sudbury have decided that it is in the best interest of the Bostik League North club to relieve the first-team management of their duties with immediate effect.
And ironically Sudbury had just won their first league game of the season against Brentwood Town to lift themselves out of the relegation zone. However, it wasn’t enough to save Jamie Godbold’s job.
The club have put on record their thanks to Jamie Godbold and Andy Reynolds for the tireless hours they have put into the club over the past couple of years.
This period saw the first-team promoted to the Premier Division for the first time in its history.
However, following relegation and a poor start to the current season, the Board felt a change was necessary.
Chairman Philip Turner said: “I am delighted to announce that Danny Laws has agreed to take over as caretaker-manager of the first-team whilst the club considers its options.
“Danny will remain in charge of the club’s academy where he will continue to be supported by Dave Cannon, Craig Power, Mike Ford, Gavin Peters and Ian Miller.”
Laws` first game in charge is Saturday`s Emirates FA Cup tie with Chipstead.
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