Nigel Ashman has resigned as manager of Cambridge City Reserves.
Ashman has been in charge of the reserve team for the last 4 years and during that time has kept the second string at Kershaw Premier Division level. However, he now feels the time is right to concentrate on a coaching rather than a managerial role.
He said “I hold a UEFA B Licence but increasingly I was spending less time working with the players than I would have liked. Therefore I have decided the time is now right to seek a role more aligned to the coaching and scouting side of the game that I really enjoy. I would like to thank everyone involved in the club for their support over the last four seasons".
City Vice-Chairman Terry Dunn said “Nigel has done a fantastic job with the reserve side at the club and we are naturally sad to see him resign as manager. However, we fully accept his decision and wish him well as he seeks to develop his role within the game”.
Details of a new manager for the reserve side will be announced in due course.
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