Millwall Lionesses manager steps down after five league games

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KEITH Boanas has stepped down as manager of Millwall Lionesses. 

Boanas only took over from Jack Wheeler in the summer and leaves after five games in the London & South East Regional Women’s Football League Premier Division. 

The Lionesses are ninth of twelves teams with four points. Millwall lost 2-0 to south London rivals Dulwich Hamlet last weekend. 

In a statement, the club said: “Millwall Lionesses Football Club can confirm that Keith Boanas has stepped down from his position as first-team manager.

“Boanas has worked tirelessly since joining the club in June and departs with the very best wishes of everybody connected with the club.

“Adam Rowland and Alex Russell have been placed in co-caretaker charge ahead of the trip to Fulham Women this coming Sunday [at 2.30pm].” 

Boanas issued his own statement on Twitter:


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