MARTIN Kuhl says he has let Wanderers manager Gary Waddock down by resigning – but feels he had little choice.

It was confirmed this morning the Blues assistant manager resigned from his job after being suspended by the club at the end of last week.

He told the Bucks Free Press a “split second error of judgement” cost him his job, but wouldn’t say more than that.

But he said: “I made a split second error of judgement and it’s cost me. It was nothing major but it was the club’s policy.

“The decision may have been forced upon me. There’s policy, the way the club does it, whether it’s a footballing decision or club policy.”

For the full story see tomorrow’s Bucks Free Press.