Selsey hope to appoint new boss this week

SELSEY hope to appoint a new manager this week after an impressive interest in the role after the resignation of Richard Towers.

The club have now had nine applicants and would like to thank all those who have expressed an interest.

Saturday’s game was the age-old cliché of a game of two halves as the home side carved out chance after chance in the first 45 minutes but failed to convert.

Selsey drew their Sussex League divison one clash with Sidley 1-1 on Saturday.

The game was the age-old cliché of a game of two halves as the home side carved out chance after chance in the first 45 minutes but failed to convert.

Ross Woolf’s cross was headed home by Graham Bush to put Selsey one up after 54 minutes, but Sidley, who dominated the half, equalised from the penalty spot just after the hour mark.

For a full report see this week’s Observer, which is out now.