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Badgers unveil new management team

13th November, 2017

Toolstation NCEL Division One side Retford United have announced that Jordan Hall has become their new manager.

He takes over from Simon Brammer who had been in caretaker charge since Mark Wilson left the Badgers in September.

Hall, who previously managed Glapwell and FC Bolsover in the Central Midlands League, had taken up a role at NCEL Premier Division side Maltby Main in the summer but had to step down before the season began due to work commitments.

His first game in the dugout will be Retford's trip to Glasshoughton Welfare on Saturday as they look to start a move away from the bottom two of the table.

Hall will be assisted by John Styring and Mark Higginbottom will be coach, a duo he has worked with at previous clubs.

(Story Source: Retford United)

Search continues for new Badgers boss

21st September, 2017

Retford United are inviting applications for their vacant first team manager post following the departure of Mark Wilson earlier this month.

Anyone interested in taking over at the Toolstation NCEL Division One side have until next Friday (29th September) to register their interest with the Jones & Co Stadium club.

CVs should be emailed to the Badgers' chairman Simon Brammer at simonbrammer@live.co.uk.

(Story Source: Retford United)

Badgers set for new boss

13th September, 2017

Toolstation NCEL Division One basement side Retford United have announced that they have parted company with manager Mark Wilson.

The Badgers remained rooted to the foot of the table after Tuesday night's 8-0 loss at free-scoring Yorkshire Amateur with four points from their opening ten games.

The club released a statement on Facebook the following evening saying: "Retford United are saddened to announce the departure of first team manager Mark Wilson by mutual consent.

"All parties concerned realised recent results have been below expectations set by the club and a change was required.

"Both myself [author unknown] and the club are extremely grateful for the hard work Mark has done since taking over the first team under difficult circumstances last season.

"The club will endeavour to find the correct replacement as quickly as possible and, as always, appreciate the support of our fans during this difficult time."

(Story Source: Retford United)