Chesterfield have appointed former Yeovil Town striker Danny Webb as temporary manager after suspending manager James Rowe over allegations of misconduct.

Danny Webb, assistant manager at Chesterfield.

The National League leaders suspended boss pending an investigation on Monday and issued the following statement: “Chesterfield FC can confirm that James Rowe has been suspended pending an investigation into allegations of misconduct.

Danny Webb will take charge of the team.

As the matter is subject to an investigation, the club is unable to make further comment until that investigation is complete.

Webb, 38, had an 18-month spell at Huish Park when his father, David, was executive chairman until the end of the 2006-07 season.

The Spireites travel to Eastleigh next weekend and host Yeovil on February 26.

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