(From the Hull Daily Mail) From Wembley and the top tier of non-league football to an 11-game losing run in the sport’s seventh tier, it has been quite some fall from grace for what is still East Yorkshire’s second most successful club.
Since North Ferriby United was taken over by Jamie Waltham in November 2017, and subsequently by Carl Chadwick, the Villagers have registered just five wins from 54 league games.
However, remarkably, bigger issues appear to lie away from the field of play.
The latest round in what appears to be an epic contest between the club’s ownership and fans played out on Saturday afternoon in front of another small attendance at Grange Lane, now known as the Chadwick Joinery and Builders Stadium.
The editor of View from the Allotment End, an independent fanzine based around the goings on at the club, claims he was “ejected” from the ground and “banned from future games”.
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