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Minch in hunt for new manager after Bunn departure


Minchinhampton FC chairman Mark Cox is searching for a new manager after the departure of Andy Bunn.

Bunn, a former Cashes Green boss, announced his departure on Sunday after two years at the helm of the Stroud Division One outfit.

Bunn, who left the club by mutual consent, said: “After two years, my time at Minch has come to end. During that time I managed some great players, worked with a great committee and will have some find memories of my time at the football club, including last season’s cup final win – all the best to everyone at the football club.”

In his first full season he achieved a creditable third placed finish in the S&DFL Division and also a fantastic S&DFL Charity Cup Final win.

This season has been a tough one with consistency and firepower up front holding back what is obviously a talented squad of players.

A run to the semi-final of the GFA Junior County Cup has been the highlight of this season so far.

James Crowest and Jason King will be running the side in the interim period as Cox searches for a replacement, he said: “The club would like to thank Bunny for his considerable contribution over the past couple of years, a lot of the effort put in is not seen and he contributed to many aspects of the club beyond just the playing side.

“The club are interested in hearing from anyone who feels they can take the club forward on the pitch and meet the ambitions of the club to progress up to the next level of the football pyramid.”

To discuss the vacancy, call Mark Cox on 07878585487.

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