Andy Fearn joins Stafford Rangers board
Andy Fearn has left his role as joint manager of Stafford Rangers to become the club's new director of football.
The former Kidderminster Harriers man took the reigns alongside Alex Meechan in March 2019, but the team struggled and found themselves bottom of the Northern Premier League this season.
After the FA declared the campaign null and void, and Boro escaped relegation, the club announced on Monday that Meechan had been released from his contract. Today, they have added that Fearn has joined the board as director of football.
The statement read: "Outside of football Andy is a successful businessman and his business acumen will be of huge benefit.
"His experience and knowledge of the game will be invaluable as he oversees everything football.
"We have never before had the advantage of someone experienced like Andy to take over these responsibilities.
"Whilst we will be appointing a team manager at the appropriate time Andy will oversee everything in relation to discussions with players in the meantime.
"We look forward to working with him and welcome him to the team."