Ryan Thompson and management team depart London Colney

PUBLISHED: 09:39 06 May 2016 | UPDATED: 09:39 06 May 2016

Manager Ryan Thompson has left London Colney. Picture: DANNY LOO

Manager Ryan Thompson has left London Colney. Picture: DANNY LOO


Ryan Thompson has left his post as London Colney manager the club have announced.

Thompson, who has just guided the Blueboys to a second consecutive second-place in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, is joined by his management team in departing the Cotlandswick-based club.

In a message posted on Twitter, the club said: “We are sad to announce that Ryan Thompson and his management team have left the club, which leaves us with a full vacancy for 2016/17.

“So to apply for the @LCFC1907 1st team position please email: tonyclafton@madasafish.com”

Colney were challenging for the title for most of the season but their challenge faded in the last few weeks amid problems with player availability.

Their hopes of promotion were also dashed when their ground was not deemed not good enough for the Southern League by the FA.

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