Handsworth Parramore are on the lookout for a new assistant as well as manager after Jason Dodsworth left after having talks with the club.
He leaves seven weeks after being appointed to work with Mick Godber who resigned from his role at the weekend after over three-and-a-half years with the side, the team are currently fourth in the table.
Speaking about his departure Dodsworth told the club’s official website.
“I would like to thank everyone at Handsworth for everything they have done in the short time I’ve been there.”
“There are some fantastic hard working people behind the scenes who made me feel so welcome. I’m saddened to leave but think it’s the right thing to do at this point. Special thanks to Steve Holmes who works so hard to get the club where it wants to be. A top footballing man and friend.”
With plenty of change set to take place Club Development manager Steve Holmes commentated about Dodsworth leaving and said.
“Jason is a proper football man, with a brilliant working knowledge of the game. He’s honorable and as honest as the day is long. He felt that given the news of Mick’s departure that with a heavy heart he would leave his post.”
“I’ve known Jason for a number of years and working closely with him over the past 7/8 weeks or so has heightened further my admiration for him. We fully understand Jason’s decision and wish him well in whatever his next challenge may be. One thing is for sure he will always be welcome back at our club”