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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Salisbury Vice-Chair Steps Down

Joel Edwards leading Hereford out at Salisbury in October
Salisbury's vice-chairman Ian Ridley has stepped down from his role for personal reasons, but hopes he can continue helping the club move forward.

"Since joining Steve Claridge, Dave Phillips, Jeremy Harwood and Graeme Mundy in helping to establish the new club in October 2014, I have been immensely proud of the work we have all done in bringing football back to Salisbury and in seeking to move the club back up the football pyramid," said Ridley in a statement on the Salisbury OS.

"Because of other issues and commitments, both personal and professional, I can no longer devote the time, energy and resources to the club that I would like, however, and feel it best if others now take the club forward both financially and in future decision-making.

"After having discussed the situation with Steve and Dave, I will remain as a consultant to the board and the club when needed and requested, as well as helping with fund-raising initiatives, and I hope still to attend games whenever possible."

The full statement can be read here (link), and Ridley goes on to thank fans for their support.