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Hindley Steps Down At Worksop

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Worksop Town manager Ryan Hindley has stepped down from his role at the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division club after offering his resignation to its new Board of Directors.

Hindley had been in charge for eight months and one of his assistants Craig Spink was in caretaker charge for Saturday’s home defeat to Pontefract Collieries before being retained in what the Tigers have called “an alternative capacity”.

Stuart Lowe, who was also part of the management team, has also left the club.

Club spokesman Jake Brown said: “The club has accepted Ryan’s resignation.

“Sadly, it has not worked out as we all hoped, we wish him and Stuart all the very best in the future.

“We would like to thank Ryan for steering us through a tricky period during the recent takeover.”

The news comes days after the Tigers announced that local businessman Paul Tomkins had become the new chairman of the club with Paul Williams and Niall Robertson also joining as its managing director and director of operations, respectively.

Meanwhile, Worksop finalised the signing of Harry Wakefield from runaway Evo-Stik League South leaders Basford United.

Wakefield is a 6`2”,18-year-old striker who has a very bright future.

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