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Bridgwater United have announced that manager Jamie Sherwood has left the club.
Sherwood, best known for guiding Yeovil Town to the WSL 2 title five years ago, had returned to the club before its move to Bridgwater during the summer and they had started well this season, currently occupying third place in the FAWNL Southern Premier Division.
Assistant manager, Jamie Harris will take over the running of the team on an interim basis.
The club has issued the following statement:
Bridgwater United Football Club can today confirm Women's First Team Manager, Jamie Sherwood has stood down from his position with immediate effect.
Sherwood, who is in his second spell with the Club, has enjoyed a fine start to the 2021/22 National League Southern Premier Division campaign guiding his side to 3rd place in the table.
With his departure confirmed, Jamie said: "Following the transition, we have built a very strong squad and backroom team. The performances have been excellent and they have set the standards for the rest of the season. They are a superb, honest and hardworking group who have been an absolute pleasure to work with. I will miss being on the touchline and I will miss them all.
"I have massive love and respect for the club, the players, staff and supporters. The players can bring the success this club deserves and I know, if given the time and space to develop, it will come and I wish them every success on the journey to the destination I know it will end up.
"For me, it is with a heavy heart but now is the right time to move on. I want to thank Adam Murry for bringing me back to Yeovil and the opportunity to start the process of the club's new chapter in Bridgwater. The future is a bright one, so enjoy the ride."
The Club's CEO Adam Murry commented: "This is a very difficult decision to receive for everyone involved, not least because I have the utmost respect for what Jamie has achieved in the game and at the club."
"On behalf of everyone at the Club, the Board and personally, I would like to thank Jamie and wish him every success in the future. He has been an important figure in the history of this club. He will always be warmly welcomed back at Fairfax Park."
Moving forward, current Assistant Manager Jamie Harris will take interim charge of First Team affairs beginning with the FAWNL Southern Premier match against Portsmouth FC on Sunday.
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