Manager departs after 22 games without a win

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Blackstones boss Neil Cotton has stepped down because of work commitments.

Blackstones. who have finished 17th in ChromaSports & Trophies United Counties Division One, have failed to win any of their 22 matches under Cotton. Cotton replaced Neil Anderson as first-team manager in November and was forcd to recruit some of his players from the lower divisions of the Peterborough League.

The club have already advertised for a new manager.

A club statement issued today (April 19) said: Manager Neil Cotton has announced his decision to resign as first team manager at the end of the 2014/15 season due to work commitments. The committee would like to extend their thanks and gratitude to Neil for all his efforts during his tenure at the club and wish him all the best for the future.

‘Blackstones FC now have a vacancy for a first team Manager to take the club forward for the next season. Blackstones FC is a friendly club that plays in the United Counties league Division One and has the backing of an enthusiastic and positive committee as well as a core of loyal supporters.

‘Any interested parties please contact the chairman Gary Peace by phone (07979 442123) or e-mail (gpservices365@fsmail.net) or the club secretary Mr Ian Macgillivray by e-mail (imacgilli@aol.com).’