Accrington Stanley manager Leam Richardson has left the club to take up a job with Chesterfield.
The club released this statement
"Leam took charge in November and led us to Football League survival last month.
All at the club would like to thank him for his service as player, coach and manager over the last eight years.
Accrington Stanley will now begin the search for a new manager, with current assistant boss Paul Stephenson and first team coach Paul Lodge remaining to handle first team affairs."
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