Lewisham Borough part company with manager Justin Fevrier

Monday 11th November 2019

LEWISHAM BOROUGH begin the search for a new manager after controversially sacking Justin Fevrier with the club sitting in seventh-place in the Southern Counties East Football League First Division table.

Fevrier is regarded as the man that has turned around fortunes at the Ladywell Arena based club and has guided the club to seventh-place in the table with 18 points from their 11 games this season.

Fevrier said this afternoon: “I’ve just been advised I have been sacked and relieved of my duties at Lewisham Brough due to it not working out. It’s been a ride.”

Fevrier, who took over at the start of last season, was in charge of 52 games in all competitions, where Lewisham won 18, drew six of them and suffered 28 defeats.

The club have yet issued a statement on the reasons behind Fevrier’s departure or who will be in charge of team affairs for Saturday’s trip to Lydd Town.

Liam Smith’s side are fourth-from-bottom in the Southern Counties East Football League First Division table, having picked up 11 points from 12 games.

Fevrier’s last game in charge of Lewisham Borough was their 1-1 home draw with Sporting Club Thamesmead at the weekend.








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