Montana part company with Emanuel

By Danny Caro, November 28, 2011
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Montana confirmed on Monday morning that they have parted company with manager Vivian Emanuel after a string of poor results.

Marc Zeidman and Nick Goodmaker will take charge for the foreseeable future.

Montana chairman Raymond Harrod told JC Sport: "We'd like to thank Viv for all his hard work and effort over the last six months."

Emanuel, who is the first casualty of the JC MSFL season, told JC Sport: "I always knew that rising up the leagues would be a challenge and I have gained some great experience.

"Montana is a great side and I felt that it was time to leave. Things have not gone as planned after such great hope for the season.

"I do want to stay in managment and hope that I can find a new club soon."

Last updated: 12:41pm, November 28 2011