North Ferriby United owner Carl Chadwick says he will make a decision at the end of the season over a controversial proposal to take the club out of the Village, Hull Live report.

Speculation has grown over the weekend that Chadwick plans to follow through with the idea of previous owner Jamie Waltham in taking the club to Dunswell Park after details emerged a that name change application has been lodged with the Football Association.

The current Ferriby owner denies there is an immediate plan to relocate the club, but has admitted for the first time it is under consideration and a name change application has been made by Waltham on the club’s behalf.

With gates reduced and Chadwick having to fund the shortfall in money, the owner says he shares Waltham’s vision that ending the club’s long history in the village and taking them to Hull would significantly grow attendances. And he has suggested people who live in the village actually oppose the football club.

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