Sunday, February 21, 2010

Jeff Simpson out as West Charlotte football coach

Jeff Simpson told the Observer Sunday night that he will not return as West Charlotte's football coach next season.

Simpson coached West Charlotte for one season. The Lions were 5-7 and lost to eventual N.C. 4AA champion Butler in the first round of the playoffs.

In a text message, Simpson said he would remain at the school as a physical education teacher.

"It is disappointing," he said of his removal from the job, "but both (West Charlotte) and I will survive. I wish the best to my players and will continue to support them to the best of my abilities."

Simpson resigned his position at Vance in December 2008 after four years at the school. Vance was 28-20 while he was there.

West Charlotte advertised the opening on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools website. The closing date is Thursday, which likely means the schools plan to move quickly on hiring a replacement.

Since Pete Gilchrist left the school in 2006, West Charlotte has had a coach every season: Maurice Flowers in 2007, Aaron Brand in 2008 and Simpson in 2009.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seems like somebody at WC is hard to get along with.This will be four coaches in 4 years....yikes!!

オテモヤン said...

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Anonymous said...

Actually, when they hire the new guy it will be 5 in 5 years. I guarantee you the players and their families will leave and will be at Indy, Butler....you name it next year. No one would stay in a dysfunctional situation like that.