Little takes over at Wingate after Shorey steps down
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Glen Little has been promoted from his role as assistant manager at the Maurice Rebak Stadium club
Wingate & Finchley have confirmed a change to their management team with Nicky Shorey stepping down from his role as first-team boss.
The news was confirmed by the Bostik Premier club on Monday evening and brings the former England left-back’s short stint in charge to an end.
Shorey’s assistant Glen Little will step up and take the reins having managed the past two games.
A statement on the official club website read: “Wingate & Finchley can announce that Nicky Shorey has unfortunately stepped down from his role as manager at the club due to unforeseen other commitments.
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“Nicky goes with our best wishes, and we are able and delighted to confirm that Glen Little will continue in his role.
“During our efforts to find a solution with Nicky over the past week, Glen has managed the last two matches.
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“His first game in charge was the Cockfosters 6-1 win, and he was also in charge for the 2-1 away win at Sittingbourne in the FA Trophy on Saturday.
“Glen joined the club along with Nicky and quickly established himself as a key member of the management staff.
“He will continue alongside the club’s existing coaching structure that is already in place. We wish Nicky well for the future.”