FORMER Town player Simon Charlton has resigned as manager of Mildenhall Town.
The 38-year-old informed the Ridgeons Premier League club of his decision “due to unforeseen circumstances and opportunities which will involved relocation before too long.”
Club chairman Martin Tuck commented on the Mildenhall website: ‘I would like to thank Simon for the great input he’s had.
“He is certainly a great coach and I was most impressed with the professionalism he showed.”
Charlton launched his career with Town before playing for Southampton, Birmingham, Bolton, Norwich and Oldham before joining Mildenhall.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances and opportunities which will involve relocation before too long, it is with regret that I have resigned,” he said.
“I would like to thank the committee and supporters for their help and the players, who are a great pleasure to work with.”