Mervue look for new boss as Glynn resigns

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Mervue Utd confirmed this week that Johnny Glynn, manager of the First Division League of Ireland team, tendered his resignation to the club’s board of directors on Monday. The club confirmed that they accepted Johnny’s resignation with regret. The club paid tribute to Johnny’s huge contribution to the club over the past two seasons, both in winning promotion from the A championship to the League of Ireland and in keeping the club in the first division last season, and wished him every success in the future. “I would like to thank all the players, who have given their all, the staff and everyone at the club that have given me fantastic support over the last two years,” said Glynn. “I have enjoyed my spell at the club and I don’t want to get into the reasons for why I have left as I am leaving the club on good terms and I wish the club every success for the coming season ahead and for the future.” Club chairman George Guest said: “I would like to thank Johnny for his sterling efforts on behalf of the club over the past two seasons and wish him well for the future”. The club are now busy on the hunt for a new manager for the side as preparations continue for the new season in the League of Ireland first division.

 

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