AFC Telford United Manager Andy Sinton Leaves By Mutual Consent

By on January 31, 2013

AFC Telford United Manager Andy Sinton has today left the conference league club by mutual consent after two and a half seasons in charge.

In a statement on the clubs website chairman Lee Carter said, “The Trust and Club Boards are both made up of supporters and the recent run of form has been just as painful to go through for them as anyone else, but with the current financial climate it was important to make a balanced judgement that would be in the best long-term interests of the Club.”

Carter has also urged the club’s supporters to get behind the club in their battle to avoid the drop. “Now more than ever, we need the supporters to get behind the team and show them just how passionate we all are about this Club and what it means to us.”

Andy Sinton said, “It has been a privilege to manage AFC Telford over the past 3 seasons and I am very proud of my record at the Club”

Sinton oversaw promotion in 2010–11 after The Bucks won the Conference North play-offs, and then retained their Conference Premier status the following season.

Sinton’s assistant Graham Hyde will take the training session tonight and the club hope to make a further announcement in relation to the management team before this weekend.