Moss Rose experience key to Silkmen success
MACCLESFIELD Town general manager Rob Heys has exciting plans for the future after enjoying his first month with the club.
Heys took over the day-to-day running of the Silkmen at the start of May, and hopes he can continue to develop the club during his tenure.
“We want to make the Moss Rose a place at the heart of our community, where everyone enjoys visiting,” he told the club’s official website.
“We need to ensure we provide a fantastic experience for anybody who comes through our doors, whether that is for a match on a Saturday afternoon, to buy something from our shop during the week, or attending a function in the evening.
“We have a great club, we should be proud of what we have.
“It has been hectic these last few weeks, meeting lots of people and getting a feel for both the club and town, but it has also been great fun.
“I have been made to feel really welcome by everybody here, it is such a friendly environment, and there is a genuine team ethic around the place.
“That can mean so much when the football starts in August, and it is something money can’t buy.”