Nick Davis has resigned from his role as Assistant Manager of Sheppey United, amidst speculation of him accepting a managers role at another club.
Davis, who joined the Ites as Ernie Batten’s number two this summer, had this to say following his departure after Saturdays FA Vase game :
“I was not on the lookout for another management opportunity, however another great club has made contact and its turned my head. I am unsure whether I shall take the job at present but think it’s only fair to Ernie and the football club that I step away whilst I decide what the next step is. I think the buzz of living and dying by your own decisions as manager I have really missed. I’m certainly leaving one of the biggest Step 5 football clubs in Kent.”
“I have been around non-league football for 20 years and the support and club are something I have only experienced a couple of times before despite being involved with lots of higher league football clubs. I wish Ernie and his team the best and know the quality of the squad will shine through over the season.”
Good luck for the future Nick from all of us here at Sheppey United FC (Limited).