Off-field plans in place for Silk­men

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT -

MARK Blower’s busy sum­mer is not con­fined to mat­ters on the field.

The Silk­men chair­man has also dis­cussed Macclesfield’s fu­ture off the pitch, and has re­vealed there will be a new full-time em­ployee at the club.

“I am de­lighted to an­nounce that Robert Stir­ling is re­turn­ing to the club as a full time gen­eral manager, and is start­ing in early May to sup­port our fan­tas­tic team of vol­un­teers,” he said.

“The op­er­a­tional team at the club have met to dis­cuss how we can im­prove next sea­son, in­clud­ing the match-day ex­pe­ri­ence for sup­port­ers, and in the com­ing weeks we hope to pro­vide an up­date on those de­vel­op­ments.

“It is also im­por­tant that we fo­cus on non-match­day ac­tiv­i­ties and make the most of the ex­cel­lent fa­cil­i­ties that we have on of­fer at the Moss Rose.

“We are all part of one team. From the own­ers, the vol­un­teers, the play­ers, to the sup­port­ers.

“Each one has a big part to play in the suc­cess of Macclesfield Town, and ev­ery­one played their part in mak­ing 2014/15 a mem­o­rable sea­son.

“With the same ef­fort next sea­son, we can all look for­ward to an­other suc­cess­ful cam­paign.”

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