Football in Hertfordshire reacts to resignation of Welwyn Garden City manager Adam Fisher
PUBLISHED: 23:32 10 January 2019 | UPDATED: 11:07 11 January 2019
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Football across Hertfordshire has reacted with shock after the news that Adam Fisher has resigned as manager of Welwyn Garden City.
People took to Twitter after the news with plenty of heartfelt words heading the way of the popular boss.
Near neighbours Hatfield Town said: “Very sad news for local football. Well done on your success, you will be a great loss to football and hope to see you back very soon mate.
“But enjoy your well-earned break and your travels around games. You’re always very welcome to come and be a guest of ours anytime.”
Savas Caliskan, a former player and coach at the club said: “Great achievement bringing the club to where it is fella. The standard of football, facilities, the way the club is run was massively improved under you and others that you brought in. Hold your head up high.”
Former Codicote boss Finlay Johnson said: “A great loss to the game and Welwyn Hatfield community. Hope to see you back on a touchline soon, Always been a real help to me.”
Harpenden Town’s official club account said: “Congratulations on all you achieved. Enjoy the break and best of luck for the future.”
Steve Davis, manager of Berkhamsted who were promoted with WGC last season, said: “Good luck with whatever comes your way. Enjoyed the battles.”
Eddie McLoughlin of Biggleswade Town said: “Can’t argue with your track record mate. Club is unrecognisable from what it was. Enjoy your break and good luck going forward.”
Former Biggleswade United boss Cristian Colas said: “All the best from now on man. Soon back again for sure.”
The news also reached further afield but with the same reaction there too.
Bren Kelly, manager of Bromsgrove Sporting who will visit Herns Lane in the league on March 16 said: “Can’t argue with the success you have brought to WGC FC. A fantastic job, you can certainly move on with your head held high. Pure gentlemen. All the best for the future.”
Saffron Walden Town boss Jason Maher added: “A top manager and a top person and a good friend. Amazing achievements over the past six years.”
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