After more than seven years at the Tameside club, Curzon Ashton have announced they’ve parted company with their manager John Flanagan following a run of one win in their seven games.
A statement on the club’s website confirmed the news claiming “recent results” as the reason for the change.
During his time at the Tameside Stadium, Flanagan has helped the club to the Northern Premier League Cup Final in 2013, where they narrowly lost on penalties.
He also guided Ashton to the league title in 2014, the first time they’d won the league for 36-years and gain promotion to the NPL Premier Division.
It got better for Curzon the following season when they beat Ilkeston Town in the playoffs to gain promotion to the National League North where they remain.
Flanagan has also guided the club to their highest ever league finish in the National League North and guided the club into the National headlines with a run in the FA Cup when they made it to the second round of the competition, losing out 4-3 to AFC Wimbledon.
In a statement on their website, Curzon Ashton have said: “The Club regret to announce that due to recent results a decision has been taken to replace John Flanagan as the Curzon Ashton Manager.”
We regret to announce that we have parted ways with manager, John Flanagan after seven superb years at the club.— Curzon Ashton FC (@CurzonAshton) November 30, 2018
All at Curzon Ashton would like to thank John for his outstanding efforts during his time at the club, and wish him every success in the future.
Thank you, John💙 pic.twitter.com/xkrM6eLTY8
No replacement for Flanagan has been announced ahead of their trip to FC United of Manchester a week on Saturday (8th December).