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Chasetown FC have wasted no time in appointing their new manager. The Scholars parted company with Craig Harris over the weekend and have now installed former Tamworth and Kettering boss Marcus Law.
Marcus Law
The move marks a significant change in direction for the club who have previously opted for managers with a link to Chasetown. A spokesperson for the Scholars said: “The management committee met with Marcus, who has an excellent non-league managerial record and it was clear he shares the same ambitions as the football club. “His local knowledge and background of managing at this level as well as his experience in the Conference Premier made him a standout candidate. “He knows Chasetown very well, having managed opponents against the Scholars over several seasons.” The 39-year-old has previously played professionally for Bristol Rovers and has also managed the likes of Racing Club Warwick, Quorn and Barwell before making the step up to the Conference Premier with Kettering and Tamworth – taking the latter to Everton for a third round FA Cup tie in January 2012.

Ross

Founder of Lichfield Live and editor of the site.