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Darren Ferguson steps down as Doncaster boss after feeling he was left with no alternative

'NO ALTERNATIVE'

The 46-year-old had been in charge of Donny since 2015, but has resigned from his duties at Keepmoat Stadium

DARREN FERGUSON has resigned from his duties as Doncaster boss.

The 46-year-old has claimed he was left with no alternative, as he steps down from his role at Keepmoat Stadium.

 Darren Ferguson has stepped down from his role as Doncaster boss

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Darren Ferguson has stepped down from his role as Doncaster boss

In a statement, Ferguson said: "Following recent discussions and meetings with the board I have decided to resign from my position as Manager of Doncaster Rovers Football Club.

"I’m disappointed to have made this decision as I have enjoyed my time at the club and was looking forward to the new season, but I felt I had no alternative.

"I would like to thank the board for the opportunity and I am grateful to the players, staff and fans for their support. I wish the club all the best in the future."

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