Long serving manager Alan Colquhoun leaves Nostell Miners Welfare
Nostell Miners Welfare are searching for a new manager after parting company with the long-serving Alan Colquhoun.
Colquhoun had been in charge at Middle Lane since the late nineties and had led Nostell to unprecedented success by leading them from the West Yorkshire League to the Northern Counties East League Premier Division.
But for the last two seasons, Nostell have struggled in the Premier and this season has begun in a disastrous manner.
Saturday’s home 9-4 defeat to Heanor Town and Monday’s 2-1 loss at Long Eaton United proved to be the final act of Colquhoun’s tenure.
Nostell are bottom of the Premier after losing all five of their opening games.
Colquhoun’s assistant, former Farsley AFC reserve team and Yorkshire Amateur boss, Mark Greaves had been placed in charge while the club receive applications for the post.