Cheltenham Town have announced that Manager Paul Buckle and Assistant Manager Rob Edwards have left the Club. Both leave on a mutual consent basis. Cheltenham Town currently sit in 22nd place in League 2, just 1 point above the relegation zone and return to the Football Conference. Cheltenham gained entry to the Football League in 1999 joining in place of Scarborough.
Former Exeter City player Assistant Manager Paul Buckle joined the Robins on 26th November, on a 12 month rolling contract. He soon appointed Rob Edwards as his assistant. Paul’s reign at Cheltenham lasted just 79 days. His record at Whaddon Road reads played 12, won 1, Drew 5 and lost 6. They were also knocked out of the FA Cup by Dover Athletic, and lost to Exeter for the first time in a competitive game.
Rob Edwards, former Grecian player and Assistant Manager, joined Paul Buckle’s team on 5 December, having previously been manager of Tranmere Rovers this season until his dismissal.