Appleby-Frodingham FC advertising for new boss as Simon Shorthose quits
APP-Frod have advertised for a new manager following Simon Shorthose's decision to quit.
The Steelmen are second-bottom in Northern Counties East League Division One with just 14 points from 21 games.
Committee members Martin Blades and Mark Crowston have taken temporary charge. The latter is unable to commit to the role of joint-manager on a long-term basis, but Blades is prepared to assist any new boss.
Frod travel to Dinnington Town on Saturday, while, also in Division One, Bottesford Town host Pontefract Collieries.
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In the Premier Division, Barton Town make the trip to strugglers Arnold Town after their game with Retford United last weekend was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Winterton Rangers suffered a five-game losing streak inNovember but will look to get the new month off to a better start, playing Long Eaton United at App-Frod's Brumby Hall ground.
Brigg Town are at high-flying Gresley FC in Evo-Stik League First Division South, having secured a place in the next round of the Doodson Sports Cup on Tuesday with a 4-0 win at Hucknall Town.