Marshall Gadd leaves Macclesfield RUFC

Following the Executive Committees decision not to offer head coach Marshall Gadd a contract next season, Marshall has asked to be released from his current contract with immediate effect. 

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Marshall for his commitment to the club as both a player and coach over the last 5 seasons and we wish Marshall and his young family well for the future 
Andy Appleyard (Apps) will take charge of the squad for the remainder of the season so please get behind him and the boys at this difficult time

News of a new and exciting coaching set up will be announced shortly 

Thanks in anticipation of your continued support 

Pete Harper
Chairman 
MRUFC


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