Stafford Rangers’ playing budget is ‘likely’ to be cut next season, with the club making changes behind the scenes during the current football shutdown.
It has been announced that joint-managers Andy Fearn and Alex Meechan will vacate their roles, with Fearn becoming director of football and Meechan departing.
Club director John Hayne said: “It is likely that the playing budget will need to be cut for the next season, as the club seeks to formulate budgets that are within the club’s finances, and the uncertainties that will have to be dealt with in the future.”
Chairman John Bromley added: “We must now look at everything again and look at new things and will be looking in detail about how we change. New board members are needed, more people to share the responsibilities, and a sea change of process changes.”