Date: 11th November 2008 at 8:54pm
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Chester City Chairman Stephen Vaughan has today told reporters that his decision to sack Simon Davies was a difficult one to take.

City have seen results go from back to worse and after defeat to Millwall, have only their league campaign to look forward too!

The Blues have been knocked out of all cup competitions at the first hurdle, something that would have disappointed the City owner, Stephen Vaughan.

He said: “This was an extremely difficult decision to come to, but unfortunately this is a results driven business.

“The facts are that positive results haven`t been forthcoming this season.

“Simon is extremely personable and a likeable bloke. Obviously I wish him well in his future career which I am sure will blossom in time.

“He was excellent with our youth set-up at Chester City, so who knows? Possibly there may be an opening in that department in the future.

“But at the moment my major concern is getting the right man into the club to consolidate the affairs of the first team.”