Hall is no mood to step aside
TONY Hall has revealed that he was in no mood to relinquish the Brantham Athletic manager's chair when Mark Morlsey joined the club last summer.Morsley moved across from AFC Sudbury where he had been manager having previously been in charge of Needham Market.
TONY Hall has revealed that he was in no mood to relinquish the Brantham Athletic manager's chair when Mark Morlsey joined the club last summer.
Morsley moved across from AFC Sudbury where he had been manager having previously been in charge of Needham Market.
Hall took Brantham up to the First Division of the Ridgeons League after winning the Metaltec SIL title last season.
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He said today: “Mark was keen to get back into management.
“But at Brantham there was no vacancy.
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“Mark was chief executive and it was understood that while he made recommendations it was me who had the final say.
“He is his own man and will do what he thinks best.
“Mark did good work for Brantham having the standing to see things through.”
While Hall has led Brantham to third place and in a position to challenge for promotion to the Premier Division, Morsley has moved on to Harwich and Parkeston where he has been in charge for two months now.