Further blow for Holt

AFTER suffering relegation from the Anglian Combination Premier Division, Holt United Football Club were dealt a further blow when three of their officers stood down at the annual meeting.

AFTER suffering relegation from the Anglian Combination Premier Division, Holt United Football Club were dealt a further blow when three of their officers stood down at the annual meeting.

Chairman Andy Turner, secretary Bryan Owen and treasurer John Withington gave their main reasons for leaving as the way Jason Hawkins was dismissed as first-team manager at the end of last season. They all stated other reasons for their decisions and all added that they would continue to support the club.

President Roly High thanked them for all they had done for the club and said they would be difficult acts to follow. Long-serving kit man Bob Moore also stood down.

There followed the election of officers: chairman Paul Sanders, vice-chairman Daniel Rouse, treasurer Ray Moore.


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The post of secretary was not filled, as no-one came forward to take the job on. Committee: Robin Thaxter, Marcus Mears, Mark Page, Kevin Moore, Chris Cude, Justyn Goff, Steve Hudson.

In charge of the first team next season will be John Coates, who has recently been in charge of Cromer U18.

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