Glenn Tamplin, ex-manager of Romford and Billericay Town, is now alive and well after an incident at his property that saw police respond.
Former Billericay Town owner Glenn Tamplin is alive and well after a major incident at his £10million mansion which led to a man being arrested.
On Wednesday night, police arrived at the property following a reported incident. Tamplin sustained minor injuries. Silver Screen Beats.
The following is a police statement: “A man has been arrested after a disturbance which took place in a property in London Road, Abridge.
“We responded to this incident shortly after 8.15pm on Wednesday 3 November.
“Officers arrested a 38-year-old man at the scene on suspicion of ABH (Actual Bodily Harm).
“We are continuing to inquire about him, and he remains in custody.
“A man aged in his 40s sustained injuries which did not require hospital treatment.”
Tamplin’s youngest son, Archie, took to social media Thursday to deny the death of his father after false rumours began to circulate.
“My dad is not dead,” Archie wrote, as reports Essex Live.
“People need to stop spreading rumours. Think about family around him hearing this.
“Respect your family.
“There is obviously problems so leave it to family to sort out. But he is not dead!”
Tamplin, a businessman bought the club in 2016. He had two spells as manager, before stepping down in September 2019 as director and owner.
Romford was bought by Romford’s Essex native two-months later. Romford remained manager until March 2021, when they announced that they would be closing. “go their separate ways”Tamplin’s international living.
Tamplin was born in Dagenham and spent his childhood with West Ham United, Leyton Orient’s academies.
He was the father of six children and was the principal shareholder of Brentwood-based AGP Steel. He also played semi-professional football for Barkingside & Barking.
During his time as Billericay owner, Tamplin invested over £2million in facilities and the club went on to reach the first round of the FA Cup in the 2017/18 season, during which they also won the Isthmian League Premier Division and Isthmian League Cup.
After a bad run of form, he fired himself in February 2018, but he was reinstated two days later. He then left his second post two months later.
Tamplin is married to Bliss in 2016. He also has three children from a previous relationship.