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Blyth Spartans boss leaves by mutual consent

Blyth Spartans boss leaves by mutual consent with the club currently sitting second from bottom in the National League North table.

Lee Clark, former manager of Bury, Blackpool, Birmingham, Kilmarnock and Huddersfield, has left his position after a run after six straight defeats.

The club statement read: “It is with regret that Blyth Spartans announce that manager Lee Clark and assistant Paul Stephenson have left the club by mutual consent.

“We would like to thank Lee and Paul for all their efforts and professionalism during their time at the club.

“Michael Nelson will take charge of team affairs for the remainder of this season.”

They have picked up just 23 points from 32 games, leaving them six points from safety and nine points clear of bottom side Bradford (Park Avenue), however teams around Blyth have games in hand.

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HUDDERSFIELD TOWN: 15 December 2008 – 15 February 2012 (48.6 win %)
BIRMINGHAM CITY: 26 June 2012 – 20 October 2014 (29.2 win %)
BLACKPOOL: 30 October 2014 – 9 May 2015 (9.1 win %)
KILMARNOCK: 15 February 2016 – 15 February 2017 (23.8 win %) (Took to the 2016 Scottish Premiership playoffs)
BURY: 15 February 2017 – 30 October 2017 (27.3 win %)
BLYTH SPARTANS: 1 June 2019 – 4 March 2020 (19.4 win %)



NEWCASTLE UNITED (1990-97 & 05-06) (265 apps, 28 goals) – Won 1992-93 Football League First Division
SUNDERLAND (1997-99) (85 apps, 16 goals) – Won 1998-99 Football League First Division
FULHAM (1999-2005) (178 apps, 22 goals) – Won 2000-01 Football League First Division


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