FORMER Daventry Town boss Ady Fuller insists he is leaving the club on good terms after taking up the manager’s post at Banbury United.
Fuller was appointed by Banbury last Thursday after being replaced at Communications Park by former Republic of Ireland star Mark Kinsella.
Fuller had been a popular figure in Daventry after leading the club to promotion and the play-offs during his two-year spell in charge.
And despite being “disappointed” at how things worked out, Fuller said he still has lots of good friends at the club.
He said: “I’ve had two great seasons at Daventry and had some success so I’m disappointed to be leaving, but football is a funny game and you never know what’s around the corner.
“I hope I’m leaving on good terms. I’m still friends with a lot of people at the club and I’ve spoken to the chairman and we had some banter.
“There’s no malice and I’ll still be going to the club for a drink when I can.
Speaking about his appointment at Banbury Fuller added: “It’ll be a tough job because the budget is going to be tight down there but the chairman was keen on me and I’m looking forward to it.
“If it was any other club I wouldn’t have left Daventry, but I played for Banbury for many years and made more than 450 appearances so it’s a special club to me.”
“I’m pleased to be getting back into management and will give it a good blast.”