Former Scarborough FC defender Shaun Rennison has quit his post as manager of Humber Premier Division side Scarborough Town.
Rennison, 31, has decided to leave the post to spend more time with his two-year-old daughter, and also to concentrate on extending his playing career at Saturday league side Cayton.
Rennison took the post after the club decided to make a return to action in the Humber Premier division one last season and went on to bring the club a league and cup double.
“It was a very tough decision to make and I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about it,” said Rennison.
“I don’t get to see my daughter as much as I’d like to and I also want to try and play some more football while I still can.
“The club and all the players have been superb with me since I took on the role so it was tough to make the decision to leave.
“But I know that whoever takes on the job will inherit a good team and they’ll do well.”
Rennison picks out the club’s cup success against North Ferriby United Reserves 3-1 at Queensgate last season as the highlight of his stint in charge. “Winning the cup was absolutely fantastic.”
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