BREAKING NEWS: Louth Town manager Paul Walden to resign from club

End of an era: Louth Town boss Paul Walden.
End of an era: Louth Town boss Paul Walden.
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LOUTH Town’s manager Paul Walden has revealed he is to resign from the club after tomorrow’s game against Rossington Main at Park Avenue.

Walden has been White Wolves boss for five years over two spells, after returning to the club last summer for a second stint.

The club’s most successful ever manager, he led the team to the Central Midlands League Premier Division Title in the 2008/9 season, the Supreme Division in 2010 and the Floodlit Cup in 2010.

This season he led the club through a thrilling FA Cup run which ended in the First Qualifying Round at the hands of Buxton.

Walden will take charge of tomorrow’s game, the last outing of the season, which could see Town leap into the top half of the table with a win.

After 20 years of management, Walden will bring down a curtain on a fine non-league career to spend more time with his family.

Hear the thoughts of Paul Walden and club Chairman Steve Clarke, as well as the plan to find Walden’s replacement.

Grab the Leader on Wednesday to read the full report of the Rossington match, as well as more on this breaking sport story.