GRAHAM KEMP has quit as manager of Evo-Stik League Southern Premier club Dorchester Town after just four months in the job.
Kemp left Hamworthy United to replace the sacked Phil Simkin in September but the Magpies’ results haven’t improved.
Tuesday night’s 2-1 loss at Chippenham Town leaves the club third from bottom in the Southern Premier following relegation from Conference South last season. The club are now searching for their third boss of the campaign.
A Dorchester statement read: “It is with much regret that DTFC announce the resignation of Graham Kemp as team manager.
“Football is a results business and everyone accepts that recent results have not been good enough, despite some valiant performances,
“The board would like to thank Graham for his hard work dedication and enthusiasm that he has shown during his time as manager. In particular he created a positive atmosphere within the club. If anybody deserves success in football it is Graham, the board sends him good wishes for the future.
“The board will meet this evening to consider Graham’s replacement.”