Kent Football United set to unveil their new manager on Sunday after announcing that James and Lloyd Bradley have stepped down from the role
KENT FOOTBALL UNITED have confirmed the departures of their entire management team.
The Dartford based, Southern Counties East Football League First Division side, said in a statement: “The club can confirm men’s manager James Bradley has stood down due to work commitments leaving him unable to commit to next season. Lloyd Bradley and Ben Kirk have also followed suit.
“The club would like to thank them all for stabilising the senior side last season and for their hard work and endeavour in what was an extremely challenging time with football suspended from 31 October 2020.
“The club can confirm we are not taking applications for the position. An announcement from the club will be released on Sunday evening.”
Kent Football United were sitting in ninth-place in the table after eight league outings before the 2020-21 campaign was curtailed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The 2021-22 Southern Counties East Football League First Division campaign will kick-off on Saturday 31 July 2021.
The past two seasons have not been completed owing to the Covid-19 health pandemic.