Harlow Town have just announced the return to the club of former manager Danny Chapman, who resigned from his managerial role back in January after deciding to take a break from football. Danny returns as manager with his former charges at the bottom of the Pitching In Isthmian South Central Division.
Danny previously had sixteen years with the club, nine as manager. He has the dual distinction of winning promotion as both player and manager at the club.
A club statement, which you can read here, explains:
'The team have struggled for results, and Chairman Tom Cunningham now feels that the time is right to appoint a manager with experience and a track-record of building a competitive squad who can guide the club forward.
We would like to place on record our thanks to Dave Collis, who has worked incredibly hard to provide a level of stability during what has been an extremely turbulent time.
Danny Chapman is undertaking his first task in assembling a coaching team that he will work alongside, and we will release further news on that as and when it is available.'