March Town United announce new management team

12:00 03 June 2014

Chairman Phil White. Picture: Steve Williams.

Chairman Phil White. Picture: Steve Williams.

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March Town United have announced their new management team.

Chris Bartlett and Gino Aguis have joined the Hares as co-managers from Peterborough ICA Sports, where they have been in charge for the past two years.

Last season, they led Peterborough ICA Sports to the PFA Senior Cup and a fourth place finish in the Peterborough and District League.

Bartlett, 43, played for March in the early 1990s and has also managed at Wimblington.

Chairman Phil White said: “His focus is exactly the same as ours and he completely buys into the three year plan we have. There were five good candidates so it was hard to choose but I think we made the right decision.”

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