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Mark Dacey resigns as Sevenoaks Town’s First Team Manager

Sevenoaks Town FC have announced the resignation of their Men’s First Team Manager Mark Dacey, citing personal reasons.

In a club statement posted on social media on Sunday evening it read: “It is with deep regret that the Club has today accepted the resignation of Men’s First Team manager, Mark Dacey, for personal reasons.”

Chairman, Paul Lansdale, added: “I’m extremely sad to announce that Mark has resigned as Men’s First Team manager. We are privileged to have worked with him – he has worked so hard as both Manager and Assistant Manager over the course of the last two years and has always put the Club first.

Mark also commented on social media about his departure, saying: “I’d be lying if I said this decision didn’t cut deep. Thank you to the wider community of the club. All the players over the 2+ years, the board & of course the back room staff past & present.

“To the Lansdale family, especially Paul, for trusting me. Forever a fan.”

Massive shoes to fill
Dacey took over the role in November 2023 after former manager Harry Hudson announced his departure from the club. In his short term as manager, Dacey recorded eight wins, six draws and 15 losses in his 29 games in charge.

His biggest victory came in a huge 7-1 win over Vanarama National League South side Welling United in the Kent Cup, although they were to go out narrowly in the quarter finals to Dartford, 3-2.

Sevenoaks Town finished the Isthmian League South East Division 2023/24 season in 10th place.

The search for a new Men’s First Team manager will now start immediately. All prospective applicants, should email by 18:00 on Wednesday 5th June. All applications will be treated in strict confidence.



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