Boreham Wood part ways with Ian Allinson
Earlier today,Boreham Wood announced his resignation from the Hertfordshire club. It was confirmed in his press conference this morning that he would be leaving the club based on a mutual agreement between him and the club chairman Danny Hunter. During his time at Boreham Wood (which lasted 6 years) Allinson managed to take Boreham Wood to promotion in the Isthmian League Premier Division via the play-offs in the 2009–10 season, defeating Kingstonian 2–0 in the final.
During his press conference, he said "It was a magnificent 6 years for me at the club but I just feel that it wouldn't be right to continue due to personal term between me and the club"
It is believed that Allinson left his managerial role at Meadow Park due to a disagreement between him and the board. According to reports, They had different ambitions for the club and were not happy in the way the club was heading. Ian Allisnon will now remain unemployed however reports suggest that Skrill North Club Colwyn Bay are interested in signing the 55 year-old following the sacking of their manager, Frank Sinclair earlier this month.
Club Chairman Danny Hunter also spoke about the resignation saying "It is a real shame that Ian [Allinson] has had to leave the club. He gave the fans some great moments to cherish and he will be missed". The search for a new manager now begins as unemployed managers Matt Elliot and Morell Maison are in line to take over.