Welling United unveil Mark Goldberg as their new boss

Thursday 21st April 2016

WELLING UNITED have parted company with manager Dean Frost tonight and have replaced him with former Bromley boss Mark Goldberg.


Goldberg guided Bromley to their first league title for 54 years on 18 April 2015 when The Ravens won the Vanarama Conference South title.

He parted company with the Hayes Lane outfit in February 2016 during the club’s Vanarama National League debut and was replaced by his assistant Neil Smith, who has recently signed a two-year-deal to be Bromley’s full-time manager after thirteen games in interim charge.

A Welling Untied statement, which was posted on www.wellingunited.com said: “The club wishes to announce that first team manager Dean Frost has left the club by mutual consent.

“Mark Goldberg will take first team management responsibilities for the remainder of the season with a view to Mark also potentially taking on ownership of the club in the near future.

“The club wishes to express its gratitude to Dean and his assistants Barry Ashby and Jamie Turner who have also decided to leave.

“Dean took on the position with the club under a serious threat of relegation, regrettably results have not been what either Dean or the club would have hoped for and with relegation now confirmed the club want to start making preparations as early as possible for what we aim to be a successful season in the National South.”

Welling United were relegated following their 4-0 defeat at Chester last weekend and go into their final two league games sitting at the foot of the Vanarama National League table, having won eight, drawn 11 and lost 25 of their league games.

Frost was in charge of his home town club for 17 games, winning two, drawing five and losing 10.

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