Dorchester Town chairman Scott Symes is relishing the prospect of implementing “new ideas” at the Magpies after a “refreshing” start to life at the helm.
Symes took over from previous chief Matt Lucas this summer and, while he admitted his opening experience in the role had been a “busy” one, the new head is keen to move the club forward.
He told Echosport: “I’m extremely positive about the appointment.
“It’s been a really busy summer of recruitment of players and getting where we need to be on that side of things within a sensible timeframe so we didn’t enter the season as we did last year with rushing to get loans.
“On the pitch, supporting Callum (Brooks, manager) has been positive and the rest of it has been looking at finances that come in, the youth – how that all fits into the bigger picture – and the community side of things.
“It’s been refreshing.”