Ferguson steps aside at Guiseley

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GUISELEY chairman James Ferguson yesterday stood down from his position at the club.

Ferguson joined Guiseley in June 2017, but the opportunity to set up his own company has prevented him from being able to dedicate the amount of time that he feels the role requires.

A club statement read: “Guiseley AFC wishes James all the best in his future venture. The new chairman will be announced in due course.”

News of Ferguson’s departure came shortly before the Lions’ National League fixture at home to Dagenham and Redbridge was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

A pitch inspection was held at Nethermoor at midday but areas were deemed not fit to play on following heavy overnight rain.

The game will now be played on Thursday, April 19 (7.45pm) adding to an already busy week for Sean St Ledger’s side.

The rearranged fixture comes between two other home games against Barrow, on April 17, and Woking, on April 21.

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