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County Secretary moves on

9 April 2014

Secretary departs at end of season

Newport County AFC can confirm that Tim Lane will be leaving the post of Football Secretary & Media Officer at the end of the current season due to re-location. 
 
Chief Executive Dave Boddy stated:

“It is with sadness and understanding that we accept Tim’s resignation. He has played a massive part in helping to establish the Club’s administration as a Football League Club. I have had the privilege of working with a lot of top quality Secretaries during my time in the game and Tim is up there with the very best of them. He always conducts his business in a very professional manner and has been a very efficient, diligent and hard working secretary with great knowledge and experience of the role. He has been a great “team player” and a valuable member of the Newport County AFC “family”. On behalf of the Chairman, Board of Directors, Justin & everybody involved with the Club I would like to thank him for his contribution and wish him the best of luck for the future”. 

Out-going Football Secretary Tim Lane added:

"I am extremely grateful to everybody at Newport County AFC for giving me such a wonderful opportunity to work at such a great club. I will always have fond memories of my time at the County and am sure that the infrastructure now being put in place will allow the club to become an established member of the Football League. I would particularly like to thank Les Scadding, Howard Greenhaf, Jackie Tutton, Dave Boddy and the staff at the club for allowing me to be part of the family; along with Justin, the coaching staff and the players for making my job easier by always being available and acting so professional when representing the club. I wish the club continued success and am sure the amazing fans will have many more highs to celebrate in the future."

The club will be advertising the post in the near future and wish Tim all the best in his future ventures.



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