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Craid Edwards handed managerial post at struggling Ware

Experienced boss Craig Edwards is back in management with Bostik League North strugglers Ware.

Kem Kemal has left the club after a run of just one win in 13 games which has left them in 18th place, nine points above Romford, who occupy the one relegation spot.

A 3-0 home defeat at the hands of Welwyn Garden City on Tuesday night was the final straw.

Taking his place in the Blues hotseat is former Billericay and Kingstonian manager Edwards, who spent seven years at Ricay before leaving when Glenn Tamplin took over.

He left the K’s in October with the club sitting seventh in the Bostik League after guiding them to safety when he joined in March.

Now Edwards is tasked with turning Ware’s season around and picking up their first win for two months this Saturday at home to Aveley, who they have the same amount of points as.




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