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Lowestoft Town looking for new directors to join board

PUBLISHED: 11:31 07 May 2018 | UPDATED: 11:31 07 May 2018

Lowestoft Town are seeking new board directors. Picture: Nick Butcher

Lowestoft Town are seeking new board directors. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Lowestoft Town are seeking new board members to help “lead the club into a new era”.

The Trawlerboys want fresh blood to become directors that could help them from an operational or financial point of view.

The Blues managed to maintain their step three status despite financial difficulties but the current board recognise that new impetus is needed to make the club more sustainable.

A statement said: “The club are now starting to plan for next season and are seeking individuals to join the Board Of Directors and help lead the club into a new era.

“With the club securing our step three status last weekend, we are looking for directors who think they have something to offer the club from an operational or financial standpoint to help push Lowestoft Town FC back to the glory days.

“It’s been clear we have struggled on a skeleton crew of directors in the last couple of years and we now realise that fresh blood is needed. Anyone that is interested in helping push the club forward should apply stating what role they can fulfil.

“Applications will be considered by the current board and if accepted must complete a FA Owners and Directors Application Form to comply with FA regulations.

“If you are interested in getting involved with the Trawlerboys apply in writing via email, to be sent to info@lowestofttownfc.co.uk

“The club are also looking for an array of volunteers in many areas including grounds, maintenance, match day hospitality, marketing, media & administration. Apply if interested to the same email address above.”

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