It has just been announced that NCEL Division One’s Rob Camm has resigned as manager of Shirebrook Town.
Camm had taken time out during the off season but decided to re-join in July. However, just three months later he has decided to resign.
A statement from the club says, “It is with regret that we have to announce that Rob Camm has resigned as manager of Shirebrook Town FC.
Rob resigned after the defeat to Ollerton Town on Saturday 20th October 2018 due to personal reasons and felt he could not carry on at the helm.
All at Shirebrook Town FC would like to thank Cammy for everything he’s done for the club over the last 18 months and we hope that he doesn’t venture too far from the Langwith Road Ground in the near future. We wish him all the best.”
Camm added, “Over the last 18 months I’ve enjoyed some great times as Shirebrook Town manager. My decision to step down is solely a personal decision and one that I’ve taken my time to make. I can’t thank the committee and Aimee in particular enough for all the help they have given me especially over the last 4 months.
“I would like to continue to offer my help to the club in any way I can but just feel it’s the right time for me to take a break and to let someone else look at things with a fresh view. The club is going in the right direction and the squad is young enough and talented enough to keep progressing. Thank you to the players that have represented the club under me and to the supporters who have given us their backing throughout.”