National League South: Wealdstone have appointed Mark Randall to the executive board

PUBLISHED: 12:00 10 May 2018

Mark Randall has joined the executive board at Wealdstone FC (Pic: Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC)

Mark Randall has joined the executive board at Wealdstone FC (Pic: Steve Foster/Wealdstone FC)


Wealdstone FC have announced that Mark Randall has been appointed to the executive board.

Mark will join the newly formed executive board as supporter’s representative and will take forward the views of fans and through his position as co-chair of the Wealdstone FC Supporter’s Club Committee.

Mark is a long-standing supporter of Wealdstone and has been instrumental, with his colleague Adam Edwards, in setting up and developing the WFC Megastore as well as many other club fund-raising initiatives.

Chairman, Peter Marsden, said: “We are delighted to welcome Mark onto the Board and his input from a truly fan’s perspective will be of immense value.

“The board has also agreed a new formula in achieving the very important task of bringing new directors onto the executive board as there must be a balance of people that can bring financial investment to the club.”

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