Andy Constable takes sole charge of Holmesdale after Keith Levett steps down through work and family commitments
ANDY CONSTABLE will be the sole manager of Holmesdale after the club announced that his joint-managerial partner Keith Levett has stepped down from his role.
A club statement said: “Keith Levett stands down due to family and work commitments. The chairman and committee wish to thank Keith for his help during the early part of 2019. We wish him well for the future.”
Levett took sole charge for Saturday’s 2-2 home draw against Snodland Town because Constable and striker Richmond Kissi were both away.
Levett and Constable took over as joint-managers in early January after the club parted company with Ben Kotey and his management team on the last day of 2018.
They were in charge of the Bromley based outfit for seven games, winning three and losing three.
The club are in sixth-place in the Southern Counties East Football League First Division table with 47 points from their 25 (out of 34) games.
The club have confirmed that Constable will be sole manager, while Gary Davies (assistant) and Mike Parker (coach) retain their roles.
Holmesdale travel to Bayliss Avenue on Saturday, 17 March (15:00) to play tenth-placed side Sporting Club Thamesmead.