Cambridge United supporters have paid tribute to manager Richard Money after his historic three-year spell in charge was brought to an end.
The boss, who guided the U's back into the Football League, lifted the FA Trophy and masterminded an FA Cup run which included securing a lucrative replay with Manchester United at Old Trafford, left the club yesterday, with Friday night's 2-1 home defeat to Bristol Rovers proving to be his last match in charge.
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Chairman Dave Doggett and Chief Executive Jez George thank Richard Money
Following the announcement on Monday that Cambridge United Football Club had parted company with Richard Money, Dave Doggett and Jez George placed on record their gratitude towards the 60-year old this morning.
Club Chairman Dave Doggett reflected on an eventful three years which have included two visits to Wembley Stadium culminating in promotion back to the Football League and the club’s first ever national trophy, as well as the memorable FA Cup Fourth Round tie with Manchester United.
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