Football

Hessenthaler steps down as Gills boss

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Andy Hessenthaler has stepped down as manager of Gillingham after failing to guide them into the npower League Two play-offs.

The 46-year-old, in his second spell in charge at the Priestfield Stadium, had his contract terminated on Tuesday afternoon following a meeting with chairman Paul Scally.

He has, however, been offered a place on the board and a football development role at the club where he also spent 10 years as a player.

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