Dale Belford Replaces Law At Tamworth
After meeting with Tamworth FC chairman Bob Andrews on Monday morning, Marcus Law has been relieved of his manager duties at the Blue Square Bet Premier club. Dale Belford has been appointed as caretaker-manager for the foreseeable future with Scott Lindsey as his assistant.
Law has been in charge at the Lambs for a season and a half with the FA Cup match away at Everton being an obvious highlight.
However, since then results have not gone well for the club and the chairman felt that a change was needed to ensure the club retain their Conference Premier status.
37-year old Law, a former Bristol Rovers goalkeeper has also had spells as manager with Coventry Sphinx, Racing Club Warwick, Quorn and Barwell.
Tamworth have not wasted any time and Dale Belford has been appointed as caretaker-manager for the foreseeable future. Barely 24 hours after being appointed, Belford has already made his first appointment, bringing in former Lambs player Scott Lindsey as his assistant.
Lindsey, joined Tamworth in August 1993 with the club playing in the Southern League Midland Division, making 22 appearances.
After his retirement as a player, he was appointed as number two at Lincoln City working under Chris Sutton in September 2009. After Sutton’s sacking, he spent three months as caretaker manager at Lincoln, before being kept on under new manager Steve Tilson.