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Hastings part company with Maggs
Updated 3:58pm Sunday 26th January 2014 in Sport
Hastings United have today parted company with first team manager John Maggs.
The Ryman south club issued a statement today on their website following yesterday's 3-0 defeat at fellow promotion chasers Leatherhead.
The statement read: "The Club regrets to announce its decision to part company with First Team Manager John Maggs, following yesterday afternoon's disappointing 3-0 defeat away to Leatherhead. Cliff Cant has also been released from his role as Assistant Manager.
"Yesterday's reverse was United's third in five league games since Christmas and left them eleven points behind leaders Peacehaven & Telscombe, six adrift of Leatherhead, and in danger of slipping out of the play-off places, in a season when promotion was accepted to be the very minimum objective at the point when the former Crawley and Horsham boss was appointed."
The statement went on to thanks Maggs and confirmed first team coach Terry White will take over as permanent manager.
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