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New board member appointed
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Sep 25, 2018, 08:30

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Phil Porter has joined the board of directors at Cambridge City. The new board member is a regular at City games having been a supporter of the Lilywhites over the last decade.

He was invited to join the board by City Chairman Kevin Satchell, and it was something he had no hesitation in accepting.

He said "Since I went to my first Cambridge City game at Milton Road around 10 years ago I have fallen in love with the club.

I quickly became a season ticket holder and over the years have got to know many of the fans and some of the current board. I've attended and reported on two planning meetings and two high court cases, written about the new ground for When Saturday Comes and last season started the Cambridge City Chatter podcast to allow fans to hear the manager's thoughts after games.

I was proud and delighted when Kevin Satchell invited me onto the board. This is both a critical and exciting time in Cambridge City's history, with the difficulties of the current ground share contrasting with the excitement of a new stadium in Sawston. I look forward to being able to make my own contribution to the club's future.

One of my first priorities will be to reach out to the fans and give everyone an opportunity to meet me. With this in mind I will be in the club bar after the Aylesbury game on the 3rd November where I will be happy to answer questions and discuss any issues or concerns regarding the club”.

City Chairman Kevin Satchell added “Phil is keen and enthusiastic and will bring fresh input to the City board. He is known by many of our fans, and has assisted in several areas over the last couple of years. I am sure he will become a valuable member of the board as we prepare to relocate the club to our new stadium at Sawston”.

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