Former Blackpool boss Lee Clark leaves National League North strugglers Blyth Spartans

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Former Blackpool manager Lee Clark has departed National League North strugglers Blyth Spartans by mutual consent.
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The 47-year-old leaves the Northumberland club second from botton in the National League North and six points of safety.

Clark, who was appointed manager during the summer, won just six of his 32 league games.

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Blyth said in a statement: "It is with regret that Blyth Spartans announce that manager Lee Clark and assistant Paul Stephenson have left the club by mutual consent.

"We would like to thank Lee and Paul for all their efforts and professionalism during their time at the club.

"Michael Nelson will take charge of team affairs for the remainder of this season."

In his previous job, Clark was sacked by Bury after a run of just two wins in 15 games.

Clark, who managed the Seasiders from 2014 to 2015, resigned after the club's relegation from the Championship.

He has also managed Huddersfield Town, Birmingham City and Kilmarnock.