Richard Money quit Solihull Moors after less than a month saying he just wasn’t committed enough to the cause.
Former Cambridge City manager Money shocked the National League game this afternoon by resigning his position.
After just four games at the helm, the manager has decided enough is enough and will now look for another challenge.
“There are so many people at this club who have worked so hard to get it to the level it is playing at right now and it deserves to stay there,” he said of the club’s website.
Oh dear, the club is falling apart. Should never have parted with Marcus Bignot. Just like BCFC should never have got rid of Gary Rowett!
— Joanne Whitfield (@TweetyPie100) October 31, 2017
“To do so it needs someone who can fully commit to the clubs future and unfortunately I am unable to do that right now. I wish everyone, board, players and supporters every success and thank them for their help, kindness and understanding.”
Moors are bottom of the table after a dreadful start and on Saturday – Money’s last game in charge – they went down 4-0 at home to AFC Fylde.
— Solihull Moors FC (@SolihullMoors) October 30, 2017
The news is even more of a surprise after the club on Monday night confirmed the signing of defender Sean St Ledger.
“Solihull Moors are disappointed that Richard’s short time in charge has ended so soon and will commence the search for a replacement immediately,” a club statement read.