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DANNY Janes has left his role as manager of FC Stratford, club chairman Dave Poulson has confirmed this morning.

The former Alcester Town boss has overseen the club's step up from Midland League Division Two to Hellenic League Division One, where the Blues sit fifth with 33 points from 17 games.

Poulson has thanked Janes for all his efforts and stressed it's time for the club to pull together, especially as it's right in the title challenge mix.

"It is with regret that we have to announce that Danny Janes has decided to leave FC Stratford and take up a manager’s role elsewhere," he said.

"Obviously I would have loved DJ to stay, but at present we are not in a position to offer him what others can.

"I would personally like to thank DJ for all his hard work as a player whilst I was managing and then as manager himself.

"I don’t doubt that he will go on and manage at a good level as his attention to detail is second to none. We wish him all the best."

Poulson added: "As regards the team, no doubt this will cause some disruption. I know that when a manager leaves some players will want to follow them to their new club and maybe some will decide to go elsewhere, that’s the nature of football at this level, but I would ask the players just to give us a bit of time.

"This has happened at a time that we have suffered a little loss of form, but because of the fantastic start to the season we are still very much in the mix and again we have DJ and his management team to thank for that, so we now have to pull together and we will."



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