Following Saturday’s 7-1 defeat at Dorking Wanderers, Kingstonian’s Board of Directors have announced that the Bostik League Premier club has decided to part company with manager Leigh Dynan.
Kingstonian were highly fancied to challenge for promotion this season, and not too long ago climbed to as high as second place in the table, but today’s defeat was their sixth in a row- and it seems was a step too far for the K’s board.
Dynan, and his assistant Koo Dumbuya, had a successful spell at Church Road, leading ‘Leafe into the play-off zone with just one defeat in 2017/18 before leaving.
Dynan began his footballing career with West Ham United. However, injury forced his retirement in the professional ranks, and he began a lengthy non-League career with Fisher Athletic before playing for Carshalton Athletic, Cobham, Walton Casuals for two spells and Leyton before becoming Cobham manager in 2010.
He then became Farnborough reserve team manager in 2011 and was promoted to assistant-manager in 2012.
In 2016 after his successful time at Cherrywood Road, he moved to Whyteleafe before moving to Kingstonian in October 2017.
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