The Non-League Football Paper

Missed us? Buy The NLP here!

Subscribers login | Free sample


Get our weekly Football email

Chris Nunn to step down as Biggleswade Town manager after 12 years in charge

After 12 years in charge at Biggleswade Town, Chris Nunn has decided to step down as manager after tomorrow’s home fixture against Dorchester Town.

Since taking over the reins in 2006, Nunn and the Waders have moved from the Spartan South Midlands League up to the Southern League Premier Division.

Nunn announced his decision on Twitter and said: It’s been an honour and privilege to manage Biggleswade Town
but after 12 seasons it’s time for me to say goodbye.

“I’ve loved it and gained many friends along the way. My aim has always been to try and make the dressing room a relaxed place to be, put a smile on players faces.

“The chairman has been incredible, Maurice has become a friend and someone I hope will continue as a friend, to the committee members along the way ‘thank you’.

“To the players that have put on a green shirt thank you and I hope you enjoyed your time.

“To my management teams over the years thank you and your support has been nothing short of ‘special’.

“To the GREEN ARMY well there are no words that can describe what I feel for you guys, you had my back at all times and for that I am eternally grateful

“The future is in safe hands guys so there is no need to panic will see you all soon.”

This article was brought to you by The Non-League Paper, the UK's best-selling football title on the newsstand, on-sale every Sunday.
To subscribe to The Non-League Paper CLICK HERE


Liked this story? Share it!


Related Posts

[snack_ad id="6539132" type="1by1"]