Moles' managers resign after shaky season
5:52am 11th January 2017
It's all change for management again at Aylesbury FC.
Joint managers Danny Gordon and Gareth Risbridger have resigned overnight, after another loss for the Moles.
They took the reigns in the summer, after Steve Bateman left the club.
But it's been a difficult time for the pair.
The majority of last year's squad had left and they had the task of completely re building the squad for this season.
The results and performances have been inconsistent as the Management team struggled to find the right formula.
After a strong season last year and the year before - nearing promotion - the Moles are sitting 20th out of 22 in their league, having lost three out of their last five games.
In a statement on the club's website, Aylesbury FC say:
"They have now decided that with a fair proportion of the season still to play, they want to give the club the best chance to try and allow a replacement to turn the teams fortunes around.
"Everyone at the club would like to thank Danny and Gareth for their hard work and commitment to the cause and wish them all the best in the future."
Details on the new management team will be announced soon.
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