Darren Ferguson resigns from Doncaster

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"Darren Ferguson has resigned as manager of League One club Doncaster Rovers.

The 46-year-old leaves the club after nearly three seasons in charge and a 15th-place finish last season.

In a statement on the League Managers' Association website, Ferguson said his decision had been made "after recent discussions with the board".

"I'm disappointed to have made this decision as I was looking forward to the new season, but I felt I had no alternative," he said."
 
I wonder what all of that is about?
The Board not happy as they didnt make the play offs?
 
I bet it's about budget, but there were occasions last year where he didn't cover himself or the club in glory with utterings from his mouth
 
The trials and tribulations of being a manager with a legend manager for a father.
 
He has had a pretty mixed career in management, but has managed to get Peterborough promoted a couple of times to the Championship - which isn't bad. Not the most engaging character in the football world though.
 
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