Wright explains why he was right to resign as Steelmen boss
Corby Town are looking for a new manager following a dramatic day at Steel Park.
However, in a dramatic turn of events, the club confirmed today (Saturday) that Wright has resigned due to “work and family commitments”.
And Wright has spoken of how things changed quickly in the past 24 hours.
Speaking to the Northamptonshire Telegraph, Wright said: “My work commitments are due to change in mid-October and I was told about that on Friday (yesterday).
“So rather than get to that point knowing that ultimately I will miss at least one, maybe two Saturday games a month which would have caused problems, I chose to step down and give the club the best possible chance to appoint the right manager who can commit 100 per cent.
“There will be people thinking there is more to it but genuinely there isn’t and I feel sorry for the club because they have done everything for me since I’ve been back.
“I just can’t commit to it the way they need me to so I’ve made the decision for the good of the club.”
The Steelmen are inviting applications over the next week as they look to make a swift appointment.
In a series of announcements today, the club said: “Tommy Wright has resigned as manager of Corby Town Football Club due to work and family commitments.
“Everyone at the club would like to wish Tommy all the best for the future.
“Corby Town are inviting applications for the position of First Team Manager.
“Competing at Step 4 in the Southern Football League Division One Central, we are looking for candidates with experience of management at this level or higher.
“The successful applicant will be available to take up the position quickly and have the ability to lead, motivate and develop players.
“All interested parties are requested to send their CV with covering letter to the club chairman Stevie Noble, [email protected].
“The deadline for applications is 11.59pm on Friday, July 24.”