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Woodhouse leaves Seasiders
9th September, 2018
Toolstation NCEL Premier Division side Bridlington Town have announced that Curtis Woodhouse has decided to stand down as manager of the Seasiders.
A statement from club chairman Peter Smurthwaite on the club's website says that a change in Woodhouse's personal circumstances has led to his departure.
Smurthwaite explained: "He has recently opened his new Elite Boxing Academy in Driffield which will take up most of his time to make it a success.
"Curtis has prepared a full statement which will be released later and I take this opportunity to thank Curtis for his hard work as manager in the time he has been at the club and wish him every success with his new venture."
Brett Agnew will take over on a caretaker basis with fellow player-coach Anthony Bowsley as his assistant.
Woodhouse is the third NCEL manager to leave his post this week following Harrogate Railway Athletic's Brian Davey and Rossington Main's Duncan Milligan.