Glenn Collis has officially been removed as a director of the two companies which operate as part of Yeovil Town.
The former director whose departure was announced by the club in April spoke about his decision to quit after “months of soul searching and questions on the club’s direction.”
In filings made on Companies House, his appointment was terminated as a director of Yeovil Football & Athletic Club and Yeovil Town Holdings, the companies which run the club’s football operations and owned Huish Park and surrounding land until it was was sold to South Somerset District Council last week.
The departure of Collis means that chairman and owner Scott Priestnall is the only director at the club.
When Collis’ departure was announced last month, the club said that Priestnall was assembling a new board of directors including “prominent local businessmen” and, when announcing the sale of the family silver…..sorry, of Huish Park last week Priestnall spoke
He said: “I am pleased to say that I will be announcing appointments over the next week or two. The new board will have a combination of specialist football operations, a voice for supporters and a wealth of experience in business, that will come together and help shape the future of Yeovil Town.”
Gloverscast is aware that former Chief Executive Martyn Starnes is now a regular resident at Huish Park and therefore could fit the “specialist in football operations” profile.
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