The assistant manager of the Jersey ladies’ team who won bronze in the Island Games in Guernsey, will continue with his Island duties but says he is not looking for another club.The 28-year-old, whose young team were runners-up in the ladies league and both cup competitions last season, said: ‘It’s not been an easy decision to make but I’m finding it hard to give the time and motivate myself.
That’s unfair to the players.’I hope the ladies stick together because there is a lot of potential.
I’m sure their turn at the top will come.’Tower president Roger Gibbon said: ‘It’s disappointing to lose Kevin but I understand his reasons.
I appreciate the huge amount of time he and all the managers put in.
He has done a tremendous amount of work in six years and we thank him for it.’Miller sent letters to Tower officials and players this week notifying them of his decision.
Tower are yet to discuss the resignation and the ladies are due to return to training on 28 July.