Weymouth still after new manager, Selley leaves Dorchester and Hampton sign two

PUBLISHED: 11:40 21 January 2010 | UPDATED: 14:50 06 May 2010

IT IS understood that Weymouth have withdrawn their offer to become the club s new manager to Jimmy Quinn. The Terras were set to announce their new manager at a press conference on Tuesday evening but that was cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances .

IT IS understood that Weymouth have withdrawn their offer to become the club's new manager to Jimmy Quinn.

The Terras were set to announce their new manager at a press conference on Tuesday evening but that was cancelled due to 'unforeseen circumstances'.

Names linked to the job include ex-Histon duo John Beck and Steve Fallon and Leroy Rosenior.

New Terras chairman George Rolls hopes to have a new man in place ahead of Saturday's six-pointer with fellow strugglers Worcester City.

Meanwhile Rolls has returned to former club Cambridge United to sign combative midfielder Ben Farrell on loan for the rest of the season.

Ian Selley has left Dorchester Town as caretaker manager Ashley Vickers tries to balance the books at the Jewson Stadium.

Selley's departure means that Vickers is able to keep striker Sam Charles at the club after the former Montana State Billings striker impressed while on trial.

Following the departure of three players last week, Hampton manager Alan Devonshire has moved to sign Manny Sackey and Chris Robinson.

Sackey previously played for Aldershot, Lewes and Fisher and was most recently with Eton Manor. Robinson is a former Staines Town academy player and has been with Uxbridge this season.


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