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Deeping Rangers manager Daniel French has resigned from his role with the United Counties League Premier Division North club



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Deeping Rangers are recruiting for a new first team manager following the resignation of Daniel French.

French has stepped down from the helm at the Haydon Whitham Stadium due to the time constraints following the launch of a new business venture.

The former Peterborough United winger had led the Clarets to a fifth place finish last season in the United Counties League Premier Division North.

Deeping Rangers manager Daniel French. Photo: Chris Lowndes (57443643)
Deeping Rangers manager Daniel French. Photo: Chris Lowndes (57443643)

He had joined the club from near neighbours Blackstones where he had been joint manager with Lee Clarke.

A statement from Deeping Rangers said: "The Rangers Board would like to record their thanks for all the hard work that Daniel has put in over the past two seasons, culminating in a fifth place league finish last season, and we wish him well in his new venture.

"As a result of this decision, Deeping Rangers are inviting applications for the position of first team manager.

"Applications, in strict confidence, are to be sent to head of football Martin Bond via drfcfootball@gmail.com and need to be submitted by 7pm on Sunday and should include a CV of managerial experiences."



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