Windsor Football Club have a new chairman after the club announced on Saturday morning that founding director Kevin Stott had stepped down.
The club, who are also searching for a new first team manager after long-serving Mick Woodham departed at the start of the season, confirmed that James Anderson was the clubs new chairman.
Anderson’s appointment was timely with the Royalists overcoming Woodley United on Saturday in the Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Challenge Cup – he had previously managed the Kestrels side during their season in the Hellenic League Premier Division after the departure of Michael Herbert.
In a statement on the Windsor website, former chairman Mr Stott said: “James has proved to be a capable and popular member of our Management Group since his arrival and I have no doubt that he will add considerable value in helping the club achieve its primary goals of self-sustainability and community integration.”
Anderson had been working with the club over the last 12 months, focusing specifically on its links with the community. The full statement is here on windsorfc.net.
Mr Stott had been the man who, in the summer of 2011 returned a football club to Windsor and football to Stag Meadow after Windsor & Eton were wound up in the High Court in London in February 2011 according to twohundredpercent.net.
Football in Berkshire understands Mr Stott remains involved with the club.
Football in Berkshire are due to speak to Mr Anderson with a view to publish an interview this week.