Lowestoft Town boss to retire at the end of the season

Micky Chapman

Micky Chapman - Credit: Archant

Lowestoft Town joint boss Micky Chapman is to retire from football at the end of the season.

A club statement read: 'Having been at the club for over thirty years as a player and now joint manager; it is a decision that Chapman made towards the end of 2014 and a decision that has been shared with the players this evening.

'The decision to announce his retirement has been left until now, as Chapman wanted to ensure that his and the teams full focus remained on the football and their target of maintaining their place in Conference football.

'This is something that Chapman wishes to be the case right up until the end of the season. At which point I'm sure there will be many words spoken, memories shared and a celebration to mark a true Lowestoft Town legend and a person who really is 'Mr Lowestoft Town'.'

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