NCEL Premier Division side Handsworth Parramore have just confirmed that their Chairman Pete Whitehead is stepping down after 5 years with the club.
Also in their statement they have confirmed that they will carry on in the NCEL top flight next season.
“Handsworth Junior Sporting Club can confirm that Pete Whitehead has today decided to leave his position as Chairman of Handsworth Parramore FC .
The club would like place on record our thanks to Pete and his wife Maureen for all their help and support of the club over the past 5 seasons and we wish them both well with whatever their future holds.
Also leaving the club is HPFC secretary Max Ross who has made the decision to hang up his pen after many years involved in local league football.
The decision of Pete & Maureen to leave the club DOES NOT affect the status of the 1st Team who will maintain their Step 5 status and will take their place in the North Counties East League Premier Division next season.
We would also like to take this opportunity in thanking all our volunteers who work so hard on and off the pitch and appreciate their support and help as we move forward into a new season .
Further announcements will be made in the coming days & weeks as the club start their new journey into the 2019/2020 season.