Mick Woodham ready for new challenge after Windsor FC departure

Mick Woodham. Photo: Neil Graham.
Mick Woodham. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Former Windsor FC manager Mick Woodham says he is eager for a new challenge after revealing he wouldn’t be leading the Royalists into the new season.

Woodham endured what he called a ‘challenging season’ with Windsor who were relegated from the Combined Counties League Premier Division North in May.

It was Woodham’s second spell in charge having built his reputation at the club for putting out competitive sides on a limited budget.

In 2017/18 he took Windsor to the Quarter Finals of the FA Vase where they were beaten by eventual finalists Stockton Town. The following season Woodham’s men reached the fifth round and the Final of the Hellenic League Challenge Cup.

The Mick Woodham Windsor FC flag. Photo supplied by @windsorfc

His departure comes at a tumultuous time for football in the Borough with Windsor moving out of Stag Meadow, replaced by the newly formed Windsor & Eton FC who have taken on the lease and will start life in the Thames Valley Premier League.

Woodham though isn’t fazed by the 22/23 season and told Football in Berkshire he’s ready to go again and actively looking for his next role in the game.

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