Evo-Stik League South Premier club Kings Langley have announced the departure of manager Paul Hobbs and assistant-manager Andy Stratford.
The decision has been arrived at mutually between the management and the club.
The club have acknowledged the huge debt of gratitude owed to Paul Hobbs and Andy Stratford.
Both came in at a moment’s notice in difficult circumstances and had an immediate positive impact on the team which ultimately secured the club’s status in the Southern Premier Division.
Hobbs`playing career included spells with Stevenage Borough, Hemel Hempstead Town and Aylesbury United, where he was part of the FA Cup run that included the now famous `duck walk` celebration.
He entered management in 2008 with Bovingdon and then managed Kings Langley from 2009 to 20012.
He then guided Sun Sports to promotion as champions to the Spartan South Midlands Premier in 2013/14 and returned to manage Kings in November 2016.
They depart with the club’s very best wishes for the future and sincere appreciation for the work they have done during their period of tenure.
Until a successor is found, head coach Steve Conroy will take charge of first-team matters.
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