Lewis back in charge after U-turn by Hunt
FOR the second time in three seasons, Holsworthy have found themselves picking up the pieces after a manager resigned without taking charge of a game.
Micky Hunt stunned the club on Friday by making a U-turn over his decision to go to Upcott Field.
When he applied for the job, Hunt talked about his plans to develop Holsworthy over five years and get them back into the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League premier division.
But he has opted to stay as assistant manager at Bovey Tracey, citing a financial offer he could not turn down.
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Holsworthy chairman Barry Parrish and members of the committee have been angered by his lack of respect for the club.
It has echoes of the way Graham Bedford let them down in 2010, taking over as manager at Exmouth Town a few days later.
When he was officially appointed last Wednesday, Hunt, from Plymouth, became Holsworthy's seventh manager in three years since Keith Rickard resigned in February 2010.
With a UEFA B coaching licence and links to Plymouth Argyle's development centres, the former Callington Town and Plymstock United manager appeared to be a sound appointment.
Holsworthy had already taken the difficult decision to relieve Steve Lewis of his job.
Now Lewis has agreed to return and will run the team for the remaining eight games of the season with the help of former manager Micky Clarke and John Fenwick, a coach from Plymouth.
After several years in the doldrums, it is clear Holsworthy desperately need some stability.