Chromasport United Counties League
Published 17th May 2012
......follow in the footsteps of their neighbours and taste some success.
Rovers have announced their new management structure for next season, with Plumb, who has been at the club since 2009, back in a joint-manager role alongside Martin Field, who has joined from Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central side Biggleswade Town.
Paul Dodson has left the club after leading them to sixth place – the departing boss describing the committee’s decision to dispense with his services as "a bitter pill to take".
But Plumb wants to bring the good times back to the Alfred Hall Memorial Ground having seen St Neots Town, Godmanchester Rovers and Huntingdon Town all achieve promotion this term.
"Well done to all those sides as they’ve taken the bull by the horns," said Plumb. "It’s good for local football and we want to join the party.
"It was my aim to get us promoted when I joined the club and until we’ve done that I won’t be happy.
"I’ve known Martin for a few years and he’s a good bloke, speaks his mind and is disciplined."
Dodson is keen to bounce back quickly, adding: "We scored more goals, got more people through the gate, played better football and got under-18s into the first-team. I’m more than confident in my own ability and everywhere I’ve been I’ve improved them. I’ll take it on the chin and move on."