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The Woodbridge Town Management Board have regrettably taken the difficult decision to relinquish Carlos Edwards of his managerial duties at the club with immediate effect. The decision was certainly not taken lightly but one which the entire board were forced to make over the weekend, for the best interests of The Club.


Carlos has been playing for Bury Town on occasions that there hasn't been a fixture clash with Woodbridge, with the consent of WTFC.

However, the board insist that as Manager, Woodbridge Town Football Club and the required duties associated with the role should come first. This is for the benefit of the players, supporters and the club as a whole. This level of commitment is a must and unfortunately it has recently become an issue that the board believe have made the manager's position untenable.


Carlos has had his first taste of English Non League football with us and we have been very fortunate to share that part of his career with him. He really has been a joy to watch and has been a vital part of the team during the past 3 years. We have been privileged to be able to gain from his experience as an Ex-Professional.


Carlos is still signed on as a WTFC player this season and we hope to see him pull on a Black and White shirt again before long.

Glenn Snell will takeover as Caretaker Manager and has drafted in Leon Moore to assist him. Leon has a wealth of experience at this level and can't wait to get going. "I'd like to thank the Chairman and Woodbridge Town for giving me this opportunity to come in as Caretaker Manager alongside Snelly. It's not an ideal situation we find ourselves in (this close to the start of the season) but Glenn and I are here to win as many games as possible, whilst playing an entertaining brand of football. We've had a positive reaction from the players and it's time to look to the future. I'm looking forward to meeting the fans who are going to be vital over the coming weeks to get behind the team."

Glenn and Leon's first game is the FA Cup tie against Biggleswade on Tuesday night.




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