Chairman Nick Archer leaves St Albans City
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Nick Archer has officially left his role as chairman of St Albans City – and will take up a new position as vice-chairman of Wealdstone.
It brings an end to almost 10 years on the board at Clarence Park, after 10 years at Harpenden before that.
A statement on St Albans City’s website said: “St Albans City Football Club can confirm that chairman Nick Archer has today left the club with immediate effect.
“The club would like to thank Nick for all his work during his time at Clarence Park and wish him well for the future.”
His position at Wealdstone will focus particularly on marketing and commercial activity.
Wealdstone president Paul Rumens told Wealdstone’s website: “We welcome Nick to the Stones and we are all delighted with his appointment.
“Nick brings with him a wealth of football experience and he will be an integral part of our new structure going forward.”
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Wealdstone are set to announce a new chairman after July 20.
The new man has previously had experience of guiding a team from the national league to the football league.
For more reaction see this week’s Herts Advertiser, out on Thursday.