Adrian Shandley has resigned from the board of directors at Vanarama National League North club Southport.
On his resignation, Shandley said: “After much thought and consideration I have sadly decided to resign from the SFC board for reasons that are nothing whatsoever to do with football or the club.”
“When I first invested in the club I did so for one reason only, that was to make sure that the future of the club would not rest with one person, and instead would be in the hands of a board of directors, each having equal voice in the decision making process. It is my belief that this is the only way that SFC should be run and I believe we have achieved that.”
“As a board, over the last three months, we have drawn up and agreed a very exciting forward plan, which will hopefully take the club on to great things, full details of this plan will be unveiled in the not too distant future. I am very excited about what the future holds for my club.”
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