Robert Taylor quits as Diss Town manager
Robert Taylor has left his post as manager of Diss Town.
Taylor's departure came after the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division strugglers were beaten 2-0 at Woodbridge Town on Saturday.
It was the Tangerines' 10th league defeat of the season and Taylor notified his players of his decision to stand down as manager after the game.
Chairman Richard Upson thanked Taylor 'for his efforts over the last five seasons to return the club back to the Premier Division, which was achieved.
'We all wish Rob well in the future.'
You may also want to watch:
Diss' press officer Tony Collins confirmed that the hunt for a replacement would commence immediately and added: 'We are all as disappointed as Rob is that things have not worked out as well as we had hoped for so far this season.'
- 1 Revealed: The most expensive towns to buy a home in Norfolk
- 2 Couple fined £400 for digging up 8,000 Norfolk bluebells
- 3 What might happen to former Debenhams store in city centre?
- 4 Hundreds more trees on route of Norwich NDR have died
- 5 950-home bid takes step forward after £7m developer contribution agreed
- 6 BBC Autumnwatch returns to Norfolk for another season
- 7 'I remember shutting down' - Singer on cancer diagnosis at Norfolk hospital
- 8 Woman left 'penniless' while waiting five weeks for first pension payment
- 9 What does the ice-cream man do during winter?
- 10 Two Norfolk hotels named among the best in the country