It has been a traumatic weekend for Hertford Town. First the club are hammered by Hayes & Yeading United- although to be fair, this season that is a far from exclusive club- and then manager Gavin Kelsey resigns, thanking the fans, wishing the club all the best, but claiming a lack of respect from the committee.
But that's where the trauma ends. Town moved very quickly indeed to appoint Kelsey's replacement, bringing in former Welwyn Garden City manager Adam Fisher.
Fisher was immensely successful at his former club, taking them to the Southern League for the first time and spending almost seven years in the Herns Lane hotseat- but resigned last month, stating that he had been "left with no choice due to budgeting issues and myself and the club have completely different ambitions and view moving forward." He was replaced by former Northwood manager Dean Barker.
Adam Fisher- statement released on being appointed manager at Hertford Town
Fisher later released his own statement, and we feature it here.
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