Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Wimborne Town, who held Hereford to a 2-2 draw at Edgar Street on Saturday, are on the lookout for a new chairperson.
Paula Henley (pictured right) resigned last Monday due to personal reasons. She'd held the role for just over 12 months, and a club statement said that she had played a big part in turning around the club's fortunes.
The statement reads: "Paula took over as Chairperson in January 2016 and, together with a small consortium, helped to turn around the club's fortunes, leading to a debt-free position today."
The Magpies are hoping to move to a purpose built stadium in the coming years and a new chairperson is needed to help move the club forward.
"A combination of an interest in football, organisational skills and a business brain is the perfect blend but no prior knowledge or support of the club is required and nor for that matter is a love of football.
"The key is someone who is keen to help and believes they can help move the club forward."