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Enfield Town manager John Abbott has decided after much thought to resign from his post, stating "that he had taken the club as far as he could and that it was now time for someone else to take over."
John will also step down as Chairman of the South East Combination club.
During John's spell in charge, the team always finished in top half of the table including three times in a row as runners-up, won the Ryman Women's cup three times in succession and three times having FA Women's Cup runs which ended just four games from the final before losing to Colchester United, West Ham and Manchester City. Multiple County Cup finals and two League Cup finals were also reached.
John said: "It has been an honour to manage the club but I feel that I have taken the team as far as I can and hopefully someone else can come in and take the girls to the level they deserve to be at.
"I would just like to thank all the players that have played for the club during my time and I would also like to thank those behind the scenes that helped me by doing all the little jobs that often go unnoticed. I just want to finish by saying good luck to everyone at the club for the future."
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