Former Imps assistant manager, Chris Moyses has joined the Lincoln City board as a director.
Moyses, who started his playing career as a defender at Sincil Bank, has had a number of roles in the backroom staff at Lincoln City over the past years.
Most recently, Moyses has been overseeing the club’s youth department, which he donated money towards last year. He told the BBC at the time: “It’s a win-win situation.
“I’m bettering myself in my football career and the club gets a much needed investment in the youth set-up.”
Moyses was part of the staff which ushered the club’s under-18 team to winning the Midland Youth Cup and, as a result, had six of the club’s scholars being handed professional contracts.
Speaking of the appointment, Moyses said: “I am proud and delighted to be joining the Board of Directors here at Lincoln City.
“It’s not about me though; it’s about this fantastic football club and moving it forward. As such, I want the people of Lincoln to get involved with the football club at every level and will be doing my utmost to help bring this about.”
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Bob Dorrian said: “Chris has had a long association with the club having played here as a schoolboy and apprentice before proudly making his first team debut and I know he is passionate about helping to take the club forward.
“Chris’s involvement in local football and management means he brings a somewhat different set of skills and knowledge to our board along with his valuable business expertise.”
The Imps begin their Blue Square Premier League campaign against Kidderminster Harriers this Saturday (August 11th) at The 12th Imp Sincil Bank Stadium.Tweet