Edge resigns as Huntingdon Town manager after FA Vase exit
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Ian Edge has resigned as manager of Huntingdon Town.
Edge informed the Hunts Post of his decision to step down in the wake of an FA Vase first qualifying round exit yesterday.
Town were beaten 4-1 at lower-level Downham Town – a result which proved to be the final straw for a manager who has sampled victory only once during his reign. That came in his first game in charge after taking over following the resignation of Seb Hayes in January.
Town have since gone 28 games without another victory and Edge has worked without a playing budget this season.
Recently appointed assistant manager Scott Witherall is expected to take over. He if a former manager of local side Huntingdon United.
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