BREAKING NEWS: Attfield to take time out from football

PUBLISHED: 12:42 05 October 2012 | UPDATED: 13:09 05 October 2012

Royston Town manager to step down from role due to health reasons

Royston Town manager Paul Attfield is to take time out from the game due to health issues.

The Crows manager, who oversaw his side’s defeat in the FA Trophy to Uxbridge on Tuesday evening, took over the club in November 2007 during which time he has led Town to two promotions and a number of cup titles.

Assistant manager Duncan Easley will be ‘part of the plans going forward’ say the club.

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