Terry Brown is stepping down as Basingstoke Town chairman.
The former AFC Wimbledon boss’ time with the club has included stints as manager, and most notably, the push to return the club to playing in Basingstoke.
Brown said as part of an open letter: “I believe this is the right time for me to step down from my position as chairman. The new chairman will need the energy, vision and the expertise to drive the club forward into the next decade, a decade that I believe will see the club grow and prosper on and off the field into the club this wonderful town truly deserves.
“Many thanks to all the special supporters I have met, and know that I have shared your frustration in what has been a turbulent time for the club – but now, it must look forward. I look forward to seeing you again soon.”