Change Of Ownership At North Ferriby United

Steve and Eman Forster who have owned the Villagers for four years announce they have transferred the club to a new person.

North Ferriby United has been seen a former player take control of the club, writes Tom Feaheny.

In time since Steve and Eman Forster have owned the club, the team has won the FA Trophy, East Riding Cup, gained promotion to the Vanarama National League but are currently bottom of the Vanarama National League North.

The pair released a joint-statement via the club saying:

"We have always had a challenge in matching success with sustainability and this has been the direction in which we have moved the club.

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to commit the time required at North Ferriby United and we are happy to transfer the club debt free.

"With this in mind the club is now ready for a new challenge with a new owner Jamie Waltham.

"Many of you will know Jamie as he has been involved in local football for a number of years as a player, a manager and as an owner.

Jamie played for North Ferriby United for a number of years and now looks forward to the challenge of returning to the club as owner.

We wish him and everyone else at the club the very best for the future."

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