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Neil Fryatt steps into the hot seat as King's Lynn Town Reserves make managerial change

King's Lynn Town Reserves have made a change to their managerial team ahead of their Thurlow Nunn Division One North trip to Lakenheath tomorrow.

After suffering six successive defeats in league and cup matches, Neil Fryatt has been appointed manager with previous boss Adam Seal named as his assistant and Paul Faulkner continuing in his physio role.

Fryatt will also continue in his role as youth team manager at The Walks.

Neil Fryatt. (4127662)
Neil Fryatt. (4127662)

Speaking of the changes, which has seen Johnny Alflatt relieved of his duties at the club, Town’s director of football Rob Back told www.kltown.co.uk: "Firstly I must thank Johnny for all of his efforts over the past 18 months.

"It’s been a tough season of transition with many under-18 players stepping up into the reserves and under-16s playing for our A team.

"Results have not been what we are looking for at reserve level but development and stability is and bringing Neil into the role with all of his experience will redress the balance.

"Neil, along with Dan and Jamie Buhlemann are doing a great job here at the club working with the exciting young prospects we have here.

"We have forged a tremendous link with the Elite set up and I really think that some of these lads will go on to become first team players of the future.

"In total, around 20 of our young lads have come from the Elite system which is a fantastic achievement."

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