St Neots Town Chairman Resigns
FAREWELL: Bob Bridges, the chairman of St Neots Town Football Club, has resigned. The shock announcement came just a week after the club took possession of its new £6.8million ground at Loves Farm. Bridges took over as club chairman in December 2006 and w
FAREWELL: Bob Bridges, the chairman of St Neots Town Football Club, has resigned.
The shock announcement came just a week after the club took possession of its new £6.8million ground at Loves Farm.
Bridges took over as club chairman in December 2006 and was heavily involved in facilitating the move to the club's new ground.
In a statement, the club said Bridges had been contemplating his resignation for some time and felt he was unable to take the club any further.
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Stuart Walters, director at St Neots Town, said: "Bob has achieved more than any other chairman and rightfully deserves that place in our history.
"He will always be welcome at Rowley Park and will be given the
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The club has said an announcement about restructuring of the boardroom will be made in due course, but sources say Bridges' departure will not affect the club's move to Loves Farm.