Darren Sarll returns to Stevenage 10 days after being sacked

by Jack Kitson / 29 March 2018, 08:51

Darren Sarll become the 39th managerial casualty (top-4 leagues) of the season earlier this month after Stevenage sent him packing. However, fast-forward 10 days and he’s back at Broadhall Way after taking up a position overseeing the club’s youth system.

Sarll was sacked on 18th March after two years in charge, citing “poor league form and points-per-game ratio of less than one since October” as the reason for his exit.

Stevenage went on to appoint club legend Dino Maamria as Sarll’s replacement in the dugout - leaving his position in charge of National League North side Nuneaton in order to take the job.

But then on Wednesday (28th) Stevenage revealed that Sarll had been handed a position in charge of the club's youth system, a role in which he'll oversee:

"All aspects of youth development and expand the clubs youth operation, both domestically and overseas.”

Last weekend Stevenage fell to a 0-1 defeat at home to Colchester in Maamria’s first match in charge. The club’s new boss will now look to carve out his first win on Friday when he takes his troops over to Grimsby, who are without a victory in a whopping 18 matches dating back to early December.

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