Romulus lose Manager after 6 years at the helm
Former Birmingham City player Dave Barnett has called time on his 6 year stint at the helm of Romulus FC after the clubs 1-2 defeat to Market Drayton.
Barnett felt it was time for a change as other ventures in his life were taking importance.
He insists the club is in a good place, for whoever takes over, and the Roms will be ready to kick on further in the future.
On leaving the Roms, Barnett said:
“I have been thinking about stepping down for sometime now due to time constraints and commitments,”
“First and foremost, I think the club has come a long way in a short period of time.
“It’s been a very enjoyable period and being involved on the management and coaching side has been fantastic.
“There has been a lot of positive stuff going on at Romulus and it has been a great journey,” he added.
“We have shown as a club what can be achieved with hard work and endeavour.
“It’s a credit to all involved at the club and it’s been a pleasure to be a part of it.
“Football has been my life but, in recent times, my passions have extended to business and lie elsewhere now.
(All quotes sourced from Romulus FC Pitchero)
On losing Dave, Romulus have moved quickly to announce Richard Evans as Caretaker Manager.
Evans who is also the Roms Chairman comes into the hot seat until a permanent replacement can be found.
Evans’ Management experience allows the club time to find a suitable candidate to take over from the departed Barnett.