Glassgirls manager Andy Fisher resigns

Stourbridge WFC first team manager, Andy Fisher has resigned from the club.

Posting on social media, the club said his resignation had been accepted ‘with great reluctance’ following discussions spanning several weeks.

Vice Chairman, Andy Bullingham initially asked Andy to continue until both parties had been given ‘breathing space’ to consider their options. A spokesperson for the club said:

“Football at any level takes a great deal out of your personal life, and is a commitment way beyond the call of duty. Having been promoted to the third tier of Women’s football, training three times a week has been a tough transition.

“A personal life and family sit at the heart of everyday life, and as a football manager this can all too easily be compromised. We therefore support Andy in his decision and wish him all the best for the future.

“Andy has led the club through an unthinkable hat trick of promotions and has pushed the boundaries of women’s football locally. He has given us difficult decisions to make in order to push things forward and we as a Board have always sought to support him.

“It has led to the level we are at today, which is beyond anything we could really have imagined when he took the role on seven years ago. He will be forever remembered at the football club and will be welcomed with open arms at the War Memorial Ground any time.”

The process for replacing Andy will begin shortly.


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