THE former Worcester City and Stourbridge playmaker Sean Geddes has confirmed via Twitter that he has left his role as manager of Cradley Town.

Geddes, who scored twice in City's famous FA Cup first-round win over Coventry City in 2014, announced on Twitter that he has left the Midland Football League Division One club.

There was no confirmation from Cradley's social media accounts but after this tweet:

The former Manchester United trainee tweeted to clarify he had in fact left.

Having gone viral on the internet for his famous 'rabona' goal against Barrow in 2014, the ex-City man was in demand but struggled with fitness issues thereafter as he went from one non-league club to the next.

Geddes went into management in 2019 and took his first role in charge of Black Country Rangers.

Up until now he has been in a player manager role with Cradley but now appears to be looking for a new challenge.