Hadland steps down as manager

Tim ChannonClub News

THE Seagulls have announced that Phill Hadland has stepped down as manager with immediate effect after Saturday’s home defeat to Droylsden.

The 37-year-old, who as a player was a winger with a number of Football League clubs including Reading, Rochdale and Leyton Orient, took charge last December after previously being assistant manager to Paul Moore.
The board will meet on Wednesday to discuss the situation after inviting applications for the vacant manager’s post, and have released the following statement:

IT was with some regret that the Board of Directors accepted the resignation of Colwyn Bay manager Phill Hadland. A run of indifferent results had influenced his decision and which the Board reluctantly accepted.

This was entirely Phill’s decision to call it a day and in no way influenced by the club whatsoever.

We would like to put on record our sincere thanks to Phill for his commitment to the club since taking over from Paul Moore last season,

We wish him well for the future.
All applications for the vacant manager’s post should be emailed with a CV to chairman David Titchiner at david.titchiner@gmail.com
 Player/coach Anthony Griffith will take charge of training over the next week and will be charge of the team away to Kendal next Saturday if a new manager has not been installed by then.