FC United of Manchester have announced that Damian Chadwick has resigned as chief executive.
The Vanarama National League North club, who had player/manager Tom Greaves step down just recently, say that Chadwick believes it is in the best interests of the club if the ongoing restructure happens without him.
Speaking of his decision, he said to the club’s website: “It’s been a privilege to be in charge of this wonderful football club over the last two years and although it’s been a very challenging period in the club’s history, I think we have made substantial progress and emerge from it a stronger football club.
“However, as the club reviews its structure and looks to set out its strategic vision, I feel that this is an opportune moment to step aside to allow the club to move forward with an operating structure that supports its growth both on and off the pitch. I would like to thank everyone that I’ve worked with during my time at the club for their invaluable assistance and support – board members, staff and volunteers – and also say a big thank you to all the club’s members and supporters for their continued support.
“I believe very strongly in the future of FC United and look forward to continuing to support the club.”