AFC Fylde: Former Chesterfield boss James Rowe resigns as manager of National League North club

James Rowe took over as AFC Fylde boss a month after leaving Chesterfield by mutual consent
James Rowe took over as AFC Fylde boss in March after leaving Chesterfield by mutual consent

AFC Fylde manager James Rowe has resigned from the National League club.

A Fylde club statement said: “Following a meeting this afternoon, the board have accepted James Rowe’s resignation as manager of the club.

“Andy Taylor will take temporary charge until a new manager is appointed. There will be no further comment from anyone at this time.”

Rowe, who also managed Gloucester City, was in charge of Chesterfield from November 2020 until leaving by mutual consent in February 2022.

He was then appointed Fylde manager a month later on a three-year contract.

In their third season back at sixth-tier level, Fylde currently stand fourth in National League North, a point off top spot.

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