After just a few weeks in the role, Rocester have announced the departure of First Team Manager Keiren Gudgeon.
A short statement from the club read "It is with regret that we have to announce the resignation of our First Team Manager, Keiren Gudgeon. We would like to thank Keiren for the hard work and commitment that he has shown in the short time since he arrived at Rocester and we sincerely wish him all the very best for the future".
Taking over the role is Mark Wilson, who is no stranger to the club having managed them before back in 2014/15 Season. The former Goalkeeper played for Ilkeston Town, Gresley Rovers, Lincoln United, Mickleover Sports and
Borrowash Victoria before hanging up his gloves. His time in the dugout has been spent at Borrowash, South Normanton Athletic and Rocester.
The club statemnent continued "Following on from Keiren's resignation, Rocester FC are pleased to announce the appointment of former Romans' Manager, Mark Wilson, as the new First Team Manager. We welcome Mark back to the club and wish him every success going forward!"
Speaking of his appointment, Mark said ""I'm happy to be back home! got a great feeling when I came back through the building, but it's time to roll our sleeves and get this team performing at a better level, it will be a lot of hard work and sacrifice and we need the right characters.
"It won't be overnight but I am looking forward to getting to work! Matt Nutt has been promoted to first team coach and I thank him and Mark Grimley for their help as I start back at the club!”