New jobs for ex-Royston Town management duo

16:56 14 May 2014

Ex-Royston Town boss Paul Attfield. Picture by Kevin Richards

Ex-Royston Town boss Paul Attfield. Picture by Kevin Richards

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Former Royston Town boss Paul Attfield has landed a new management job as has his ex-Crows number two Duncan Easley.

After six years in charge at Garden Walk Attfield left the club in November 2013.

Following a break from football, he has been appointed manager of Essex Senior League side Stanstead FC.

His former assistant Easley, who had a spell as Town’s caretaker manager after Attfield’s departure, has become boss of rival Essex outfit Takeley.

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