Yeovil Town physio Mike Micciche has announced that he is leaving the club. He has become the final member of the first team coaching and management staff to leave the building, with first team manager Darren Way sacked on March 24th, whilst first team coaches Paul Terry and Neale Marmon, goalkeeping coach Steve Phillips and Football Operations Assistant Yiannis Iosif all leaving in mid-May.
Micciche was brought in as a physio for the club during 2010, working for the club's Centre of Excellence as well as acting as the Under-18s physio on matchdays. However he became the club's main first team physio in January 2011 when Simon Baker left the club, and so served under Terry Skiverton, Gary Johnson, Paul Sturrock, Darren Way and briefly Neale Marmon as the main physio in charge of all first team activities.
Mike has announced his own departure from the club this morning, and has singled out Skiverton for praise upon his exit from the club:
"Today brings a fresh start. Goodbye and good luck to all at Yeovil Town. After nine seasons with many ups and downs, today is the day I move on from Yeovil Town FC. It was a difficult decision but I move on to a new challenge where I can spend more time with my family. I would like to thank everyone at the football club for their support, with a special mention to Terry Skiverton for bringing me to the club in 2010 and putting trust in me at such a young age. I hope the club bounce back swiftly, and I will forever have the club in my heart."
His departure means there are no staff in charge of any first team affairs remaining at Huish Park, with today marking one month since the 2018-19 campaign ended.
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