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PROKIT UK ESSEX OLYMPIAN LEAGUE Premier Division outfit, Leigh Ramblers, has announced that they have parted company with manager, Wayne Seal.
A statement posted by Ramblers’ Chairman, Matthew Southgate, explained: “After careful consideration, the Club has decided to make a change in the managerial position of the Leigh Ramblers 1st team.
“We would like to express a huge amongst of thanks to Wayne Seal for his great efforts last season. Wayne came in and made some good changes and had a very positive season. Unfortunately, due to Wayne’s work commitments often, quite understandably, taking him away from the group on a regular basis we felt that the team would be better served by a manager that can devote more time to the squad.
The statement continued: “The door will always be open should Wayne’s circumstances change in the future – he has had a very positive impact for us in a short space of time and he is someone we feel has every potential in becoming a successful football manager.
Ramblers were second in the Premier Division table prior to the campaign being declared null and void. Seal took to Twitter, responding: “It was an honour to manage a great club and I wish them all best.”