Mark Dicker has resigned as manager of Stevenage FC Women...
Mark took over as manager in August 2018, having initially joined the Club as assistant manager in March of the same year.
After nearly three years with the club, Mark is stepping away to spend more time with his family.
On his departure Dicker said, “This has been an extremely tough decision to make and one that’s been made with a heavy heart. I would like to say a huge thank you to the Club for everything over the last 3 years. The progress that the team have made on and off the pitch during that time, has been a great journey to be a part of.”
Women’s Pathway General Manager, Dani Toyn said, “Everyone associated with the Club would like to thank Mark for what he’s given to the Club during the last three years. He will be sorely missed by staff and players alike and we wish him all the best for the future.
“With fixtures currently postponed, the Club will take some time to reflect on our next steps before beginning a thorough process to identify the right person to continue to take the team forward.”