Stewart Larter leaves Gorleston post to become manager of higher-level Wroxham

A jubilant Gorleston, with Stewart Larter in blue, celebrating their Norfolk Senior Cup final success. Picture: Bill Smith A jubilant Gorleston, with Stewart Larter in blue, celebrating their Norfolk Senior Cup final success. Picture: Bill Smith

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
7:45 PM

Non-league Wroxham have prized Stewart Larter away from Gorleston to fill their vacant managerial position.

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The Yachtsmen – who play one level above the club they have convinced their new boss to leave – sacked Pawel Guziejko last week after a season of struggle in Ryman Division One North.

And today they have announced that the man who guided Gorleston to a Norfolk Senior Cup final success over his new employers earlier this month will replace the Pole who they only appointed last summer.

Larter’s decision to swap Emerald Park for Trafford Park sees him returning to a side he played more than 500 appearances for during a distinguished playing career. But he’s going to have to get straight to work at improving a squad that would have been relegated had

- Buy tomorrow’s EDP to read why Larter decided to switch clubs.

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