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Management team leave Teversal
22nd April, 2022
Teversal have announced the departure of their management team as they prepare for the 2022/23 campaign where they are expected to become a Regional Feeder League club.
The Tevie Boys finished bottom of Toolstation NCEL Division One and they are now waiting on the FA to determine which league they will be playing in next season.
The news comes following a review of the current concluding season between Chairman Nick James and their Football General Manager and First Team Manager Martin Bower.
A statement released by the Tomlin Personnel Park side said: "It was concluded that Martin and his Assistant General Manager Kev Heathcote have all offered their resignations at the conclusion of the current season, which is on Wednesday 27th April, 2022, when the Reserves conclude their season at Rowsley 86.
"The club will be making changes to the current management structure with newly appointed First Team Manager Callum Harris working with the Directors to stop the fall and move forward again, with further announcements to be made in due course."
The club's chairman added: “We would officially like to place on record our gratitude for the time and effort put in by all and for those stepping down from their positions.
"We appreciate their efforts in what has been a difficult season for the senior men’s section of the club."
Mr James went on to add that Teversal look forward to relaying the foundations to help the club achieve its aims and be able to sustain National League System Football again at the Tomlin Personnel Park for more than the last sixteen years they have just maintained being at this level of football for.