Ross Baker and Danny Joy part company with Tudor Sports after 18 months in charge
TUDOR SPORTS begin the search for a new management team after Ross Baker and Danny Joy parted company this morning after 18 months in charge.
The club play at Oxford Road in Sidcup – the former Kent League home of Cray Wanderers and then Kent Invicta League side Seven Acre & Sidcup – and are in eleventh-place (of 16 teams) in the Andreas Carter Kent County League Premier Division table with a playing record of two wins and a draw from eight league games.
“We would like to thank Tudor Sports for their efforts over the last 18 months,” said Baker, on Twitter.
“We feel it’s time to move on due to issues behind the scenes. Hopefully we won’t be out of the game for too long.”
A club statement added: “This morning we have regrettably accepted the resignation of Ross Baker and Danny Joy. We thank them for their hard work over the last 18 months and wish them all the best for the future.”
The pair lost their last game at Peckham Town by four-goals-to-one yesterday, extending their winless run to three games.
Tudor Sports travel to Dartford to play Southern Counties East Football League First Division side Kent Football United in the Hospitals Charity Cup on Tuesday night.
Ennio Gonnella’s side are in the bottom five with a playing record of two wins and two draws from their opening 11 league games.