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Rob Heys Tenders Resignation

Rob Heys Tenders Resignation

After already stepping down as a director of the club, Rob Heys has tonight resigned as an employee of Accrington Stanley.

In a statement released on the Official Site Chairman Peter Marsden said.

'Once again I would like to go on record applauding Rob for his many years of loyal and hard work for the club, often in challenging circumstances. Notwithstanding Rob's appeal to the FA given that his ban was from immediate effect there was I feel a sense of inevitability concerning this final act of formal resignation.'

Marsden says that he believes fans will agree and applaud the following comments that Rob made in his letter of resignation.

'I appeal to you all to pull together to ensure that the club can not only continue to survive in the Football League but that it can also progress...from my own experience the one thing that has seen us maintain our position at this level through some testing times has been the way that the majority of us have all pulled together.'

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday September 1 2013
Time: 7:52PM

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