Unsung heroes deserve a shout for their tireless work
THIS will be the final column of this season so I’ve decided to write about people.
When Kevin and Ben announced they were stepping down from their media duties, it was a simple reminder just how important people are in a semi-professional football club.
When you think about the astounding amount of work that Kevin has undertaken for the pro- gramme, and its fabulous quality, you realise the importance of people, and you see it when Ben and Kevin conduct post-match interviews.
You see it in the postseason award of flowers to Linda, Vera and Diane. They have contributed decades of service in the good name of Bangor City
You see it in the fantastic job that Mike the groundsman has done for decades.
Where would our players have been without his international football standard pitch? Would we have hosted so many important matches at Nantporth?
So, people fill the roles, and everyone does their bit, so things keep turning over efficiently.
As a proud volunteer for the last 10 years, I can say it feels wonderful to do something to help your club.
Therefore, it is with a heavy heart that I will be stepping down from club shop duties.
I would like to thank everyone that has visited the club shop over the last 11 years.
Whether it’s been to buy something, or ask when we’ll be getting more hats, or just to pop in for a moider, I have enjoyed listening to each and every syllable.
I actually feel quite humbled to have played a very small part in the life of the club over the last decade.
As a final comment, we thank Kevin Nicholson and GTF for their fantastic efforts over the last season. Good luck in the future lads!
The AGM is nearly upon us, so, if you fancy offering your services to the BCFCSA, just turn up and put yourself forward.