The Non-League Football Paper - - RESULTS SERVICE - By Robin Jones

FORMER AFC Sud­bury man­age­ment duo Jamie God­bold and Andy Reynolds have taken charge of Thur­low Nunn Eastern Coun­ties Premier out­fit Wrox­ham.

The pair pre­vi­ously led Sud­bury to the Ry­man Premier Divi­sion but were sacked last Septem­ber fol­low­ing rel­e­ga­tion.

A Yachts­men shake-up has led to the de­par­ture of joint bosses Tom Parke and Ross Pot­ter and their as­sis­tant Dom Jones, with their youth pol­icy be­ing blamed for patchy re­sults.

Club chair­man Lee Rob­son said: “Jamie is a hugely-re­spected coach and man­ager and his part­ner­ship with Andy Reynolds has de­liv­ered a track record of suc­cess at a num­ber of clubs.

“I am de­lighted he has agreed to work with us to con­tinue to re­build the club and get us back com­pet­ing at the high end of foot­ball in the re­gion.”

“Tom, Ross and Dom leave with our thanks and best wishes for all of their pas­sion and hard work in re­viv­ing the club’s for­tunes and help­ing us read­just fol­low­ing last sea­son’s rel­e­ga­tion from the Isth­mian League.

“Re­cent re­sults haven’t been as good as they could have been and maybe the club has to ac­cept that in stress­ing youth de­vel­op­ment rather than team de­vel­op­ment ham­pered Tom and Ross mak­ing as much progress as hoped. A re­view by the board felt it was time to make a change and in­ject some struc­ture and en­ergy back into our sea­son.”

God­bold, UEFA A Li­cence coach, was on Stoke City’s books for six years and later played for Low­est­oft Town where he made more than 500 ap­pear­ances. He be­gan his man­age­rial ca­reer at Kirkley & Pake­field and is also the lo­cal FA county coach de­vel­op­ment man­ager.

Reynolds, who played with God­bold at Low­est­oft, is also the Suf­folk FA un­der 18s man­ager.

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