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Rail part company with Ogilvie
7th April, 2019
Relegation-threatened Harrogate Railway Athletic announced on Friday that they had parted company with their manager Craig Ogilvie by mutual consent.
He had been in charge at Station View since September but a 5-0 loss at Garforth Town on Tuesday had left the club bottom of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division.
The Rail are two points away from safety with matches at Thackley, Knaresborough Town and Staveley Miners Welfare left to play.
A club statement, released before Saturday's 4-1 loss at title-chasers Worksop Town, read: "Craig Ogilvie has left the club as manager by mutual consent.
"The Rail would like to thank Craig for his time and effort while at the club and wish him well for the future.
"Simon Brooker, Andy Sunley, Colin Seal and Paul Barker will be in charge of the first team to the end of the season.
"No further comment will be made by the club as we concentrate on our last four games of the season and the fight for NCEL Premier survival."
(Story Source: Harrogate Railway Athletic)
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