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BREAKING: AFC Sudbury unveil new management duo

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AFC Sudbury have unveiled former Kirkley and Pakefield management duo Jamie Godbold and Andy Reynolds as their chosen replacements for the departed David Batch and Steve Eastaugh.

In a statement on AFC’s website, chairman Phil Turner said: “The club are pleased to announce Jamie Godbold and his assistant Andy Reynolds have been appointed to take charge of the first team, Jamie and Andy come to the club highly recommended by Danny Laws

“Danny Laws has been appointed as director of football and youth development.

“His responsibilities will include working with the newly-appointed first team management team and directing and developing the under-21 and under-18 teams.

“In addition, Danny will be taking an active role in assisting with the operation of our youth development and will lead our new Football Academy being launched this year.

“Jamie was on Stoke City’s books for six years before moving on to become a well-respected member of Lowestoft Town’s team.

“He holds a UEFA A coaching licence and has worked closely with Danny Laws in the past.

“He is also the FA regional coach development manager for our region.

“Andy Reynolds is the Suffolk Under-18s’ youth team manager.

“Jamie will be responsible for all first team matters but will be mentored and will work closely with Danny Laws.

“I see Jamie’s appointment as a great boost for the club and puts together the last piece of an all-round management team jigsaw that will take the club forward for a sustainable future with much more emphasis on developing our own players.”

More online this week and in Thursday’s Suffolk Free Press.

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