Salisbury Football Club have announced that Amanda Newbery has left her role as Acting Chief Executive.
Newbery joined the club in March on a day-to-day basis after previously acting in an advisory role since the new Club was formed. The role was initially for the remainder of the season but Amanda has continued to work in the role until earlier this month. Amanda has also stepped down from her role as Leader of Salisbury Business Improvement District.
“I first worked with the football club for the old club when Nick Holmes was in charge, he was a great manager. He did things the way they should be done, properly.
“It has been nice to return and work with the new team, in my time we’ve achieved a lot of success and created some lasting memories.”
“I am a committed fan and will continue to help where I can. However, I have a new business due to launch and my time and focus is needed for this.”
Chairman David Phillips commented: –
“I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Amanda for everything she has done for the Club. She has helped us in so many areas and she will be missed.
However, thanks to her input, the staff, both paid employees and volunteers, are in place to ensure the continued smooth running of SFC.
Amanda and I have been working together closely regarding the issue of the Stadium and I am pleased to confirm that she will continue to work with me until we have a resolution.
She now needs to concentrate on her new business and we wish her every success in this.”