We're looking forward to the next chapter whereever that may be, says former K Sports boss Kris Browning
KRIS BROWNING says he is ready to return to football management after quitting as K Sports’ manager just nine days before the start of the new season.
The club appointed Paul Atkins as caretaker manager just three days before the start of the Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division campaign and the Paperboys are second-from-bottom in the table, having collected just one point from four league outings.
Kris Browning celebrated winning four promotions during his ten-year stint in charge of the artist now known as K Sports.
“I obviously had a great 10 years at the club but still believe it was the right decision was made for me to leave,” said Browning.
“It was tough to leave but I am pleased with the four promotions gained there and with not being from Maidstone, I met some great people and the club is now in a good place and I still wish them well.
“I’ve had a good break having spent some time with the family whom I have neglected due to commitments to K Sports over the last couple of years but now feel I would like to be back into football with a new challenge.
“I’ve had a few decent offers in the last month but the timing wasn’t right for me as I needed the time out to recharge the batteries.
“The management team that I’ve had has all stayed loyal to me and we are all looking forward to the next chapter wherever that may be…”