Hendon boss quits after Peter Morrison win
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Hendon boss quits after Peter Morrison win

David Garbacz has quit as Hendon manager after he saw them beat Raiders in the Peter Morrison final

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Hendon manager David Garbacz has resigned, hours after steering the side to the third consecutive Peter Morrison cup final win.

He said: “From a personal point of view I’m officially calling it a day. I leave with a heavy heart but have no regrets and really do feel the time is now right – I have loved every minute of the last six years and it has been a true honour to have managed some really great players over the years and to have won 9 trophies in that period including two trebles.

“I will always be a massive Hendon fan and will probably find myself watching from the sidelines next year anyway especially if my younger son gets in the team ! I have enjoyed all battles with all my managerial mates and I hope the league and Jewish football in general is around for many more years to come.”

Photos from Peter Morrison Trophy final

PETER MORRISON FINAL REACTION TO FOLLOW…

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