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Southern League Premier South: Gary McCann leaves Hendon to take over at Hampton & Richmond Borough

PUBLISHED: 19:07 24 May 2018

Hendon manager Gary McCann (pic: DBeechPhotography)

Hendon manager Gary McCann (pic: DBeechPhotography)

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Gary McCann has stepped down as manager of Hendon to take over at National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough.

McCann had been with the Greens, since 1997, first joining as a player.

Last season saw the Silver Jubilee Park outfit suffer a heartbreaking shooutout loss in Bositk Premier play-off final to Dulwich Hamlet.

A statement from Hendon announcing McCann’s departure read:” The club is disappointed to have to announce that Gary McCann has decided to step down from his managerial role at Hendon in order to take up a similar role at National League South club Hampton & Richmond Borough.

“Gary’s commitment to the Hendon cause, first as player and then as our longest serving manager, has been unparalleled and we thank him for everything he has done for us since first joining the club back in March 1997.

“We wish Gary and his family all the best for the future.”

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