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Alcester Town boss Matt Seeley to leave at the end of the season




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MATT Seeley has announced he will be stepping down as Alcester Town manager at the end of the season.

His final game in charge of the Romans will be on 16th April when Hampton visit the Stratford Road Ground.

This will mark an end to Seeley's second stint with the Romans, having guided the club to the 2018-19 Midland League Division Three title in his first spell before taking charge of Paget Rangers.

Upon his return to the Stratford Road Ground, Seeley claimed more silverware, winning the Post Covid Lockdown Charity Cup after beating Coventrians 2-0 in the final in June 2021.

With two games left of the current campaign, Alcester currently sit sixth in the Midland League Division Two table, but Seeley has not shied away from the fact it's been a difficult campaign, particularly due to player availability.

A club statement said: "It's with regret that we have to announce Matt Seeley has decided to step down as first team manager at the end of the season.

"The club is massively disappointed to lose Matt but we understand his reasons.

"We thank Matt for the commitment and dedication he has shown during his second spell as first team manager."

Assistant boss Craig Gasiewski will also be stepping down from his role at the end of the campaign.



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