Glebe part company with manager Anwar Uddin

Thursday 10th January 2019

GLEBE begin the search for a new manager after parting company with Anwar Uddin.

 

The Chislehurst based club are in thirteenth-place in the Southern Counties East Football League Premier Division table, having won eight and drawn three of their 22 league games.

The club were knocked out of the Challenge Cup by Erith Town 3-2 on Tuesday night, which proved to be the former Dagenham & Redbridge’s captain final game in charge of the club.

“Following a meeting today it has been mutually agreed that Mr Anwar Uddin will no longer be first team manager,” said chairman Rocky McMillan.

“The club wishes to thank Anwar for the enormous effort and commitment shown. 

“We shall be going through a thorough interview process.”

Uddin, 37, was appointed in October 2017 and statistically he lost half of his 60 games (in all competitions) while in charge of the club.  Glebe won 23, drawn 7 and lost 30 while Uddin was in the dug-out.

Glebe host seventh-placed side Deal Town at Foxbury Avenue on Saturday (12 January), having lost their last three games, or just the one win in their last six outings.








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