Mark Goldberg departs
17 January 2011
Bromley Manager, Mark Goldberg has relinquished his position with immediate effect.
Mark has issued the following brief statement,
“It is with regret that I have to announce that, in the best interests of the Club, I left Bromley FC before the game against Basingstoke Town.
“This was due to an ongoing conflict in house on how and who should play first team football, which made my position as manager untenable as I wish to be responsible for my own decisions.
“My heart will always be with the Club although I hope everyone concerned will respect that I will be looking to stay in football.”
Mark was in his second spell in charge at Hayes Lane, punctuated by a five month break whilst he concentrated on outside interests.
In his first season as manager, Mark led his newly assembled squad to a Kent Senior Cup triumph and promotion to Blue Square South via the play-offs. He has since taken charge of 124 Blue Square Bet South matches, winning 48 and drawing another 31. During Mark’s time in charge the Club also reached the First Round of The FA Cup twice in four seasons, in what were only their third and fourth appearances at this stage in over half a century.
This season started with a Club record seven consecutive league wins but since then Bromley’s form has dipped dramatically with the Club only gaining 17 points from the next 16 league games and suffering early exits from both FA Competitions.
The Club would like to thank Mark for his commitment and effort both on and off the pitch and would like to wish him all the best for the future.
The current management team will remain the same for the rest of the season.
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