Roger Maddams has stepped down as Tonbridge chairman – after only three weeks.
Maddams, a chartered accountant, made the decision due to work commitments. His predecessor, Steve Churcher, has returned as interim chairman while the club search for a replacement.
Angels boss Steve McKimm said: “All of a sudden Roger’s been hit with a massive workload and he wouldn’t have been able to cope with the day-to-day business of being chairman alongside his normal job and, let’s not forget, it’s a voluntary position. He’s had to step down which is unfortunate because I thought he would have been good at it and I was building a good relationship with him.”
McKimm is again working with Mr Churcher, the man who brought him to the club three-and-a-half years ago.
The Angels boss said: “If you haven’t got a chairman the club doesn’t function as it should do, so Steve has stepped in to bridge the gap. I still speak to Steve about certain things anyway and now he’s back on board as interim chairman, we carry on where we left off before he stood down.
“We always had a good relationship.”
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