Former Yeovil Town director Errol Pope has resigned as a director at CV Leisure, the company which owns a majority stakeholding in the club.
His resignation, registered on Companies House on September 1, leaves Glovers’ chairman Scott Priestnall as the sole remaining director of the business.
It is getting on for a year since the club announced Pope had left the club in December last year with “a heart laden with regret“. His departure was eventually confirmed by his resignation as a director of Yeovil Football & Athletic Club Limited in August.
📝 #YTFC Statement | Errol Pope
— Yeovil Town F.C. (@YTFC) December 4, 2020
Pope remains a director of Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust, according to records on Companies House.
CV Leisure – or Scott Prietsnall as we might as well call it – owns “75% shares or more” of Yeovil Town Holdings Limited, which owns the land around Huish Park.
The rest of the shareholding is held by a variety of different shareholders including some who held shares since the club’s financial troubles of the 1990s.