Former Hereford United chairman to chair recruitment company's board

Hereford Times: Former Hereford United chairman to chair recruitment company's business board Former Hereford United chairman to chair recruitment company's business board

HEREFORD United's former chairman has been appointed to the management team of a county recruitment business.

David Keyte will chair the board at Herefordshire Recruitment, which is based on King Street in Hereford.

Mr Keyte, who has been replaced at the Edgar Street club by Tommy Agombar, will also be in charge of "developing ties within the education sector".

His profile on Herefordshire Recruitment's website says his career has "encompassed finance, education and more latterly sport".

"Having spent 10 years as a Senior Finance Manager within the BBC, David lectured in Further Education (Finance and Accountancy) before he successfully ran and managed a school focused upon supporting children with learning difficulties, where he remains Chairman of the Schools Governors," the profile says.

"He will Chair the businesses board as well as developing ties within the education sector."

The company is led by Stuart Blake.

The management team at Herefordshire Recruitment can be viewed here.

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11:12am Thu 17 Jul 14

Steve Harris 1957 says...

Good grief!!!
Good grief!!! Steve Harris 1957
  • Score: 11

1:03pm Thu 17 Jul 14

littlewhitebull says...

Steve Harris 1957 wrote:
Good grief!!!
Must congratulate Steve Harris 1957; not a swear word in sight. My comments could not be published, so I'll just echo Steve's words.
[quote][p][bold]Steve Harris 1957[/bold] wrote: Good grief!!![/p][/quote]Must congratulate Steve Harris 1957; not a swear word in sight. My comments could not be published, so I'll just echo Steve's words. littlewhitebull
  • Score: 11

1:20pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Hereford Common Sense says...

Werent both Mr Blake and Mr Keyte involved in Hereford United? Now we see them in joint venture together. If you were a Dragon would you be investing in this pair? If you were looking for work would you be approaching this pair? If you were looking to employ someone would you consider this pair? Not all good things come in pairs do they?
Werent both Mr Blake and Mr Keyte involved in Hereford United? Now we see them in joint venture together. If you were a Dragon would you be investing in this pair? If you were looking for work would you be approaching this pair? If you were looking to employ someone would you consider this pair? Not all good things come in pairs do they? Hereford Common Sense
  • Score: 10

3:42pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Ubique1 says...

Appears that he made " round objects" of his previous Chairmanship - do not have to say more !
Appears that he made " round objects" of his previous Chairmanship - do not have to say more ! Ubique1
  • Score: 8

6:27pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Mr Tea says...

Why would any local company want to work with a business headed up by two individuals that through sheer incompetency have taken Hereford United to the brink.

I wouldn't trust them to hire a tea-boy.
Why would any local company want to work with a business headed up by two individuals that through sheer incompetency have taken Hereford United to the brink. I wouldn't trust them to hire a tea-boy. Mr Tea
  • Score: 10

9:12pm Thu 17 Jul 14

Whatabouttheleases? says...

As the HT has been reporting, the majority of loyal staff that worked under Mr Keyte at Hereford United have now departed. Most have not been paid for months including for a period that he was Chairman. Initially I was going to suggest it's ironic that Mr Keyte is now working for a recruitment company. Actually, I find it thoroughly depressing, not least because all those hard working former employees at Hereford with red bills to pay probably won't be able to walk into another job supplied by one of their mates.
As the HT has been reporting, the majority of loyal staff that worked under Mr Keyte at Hereford United have now departed. Most have not been paid for months including for a period that he was Chairman. Initially I was going to suggest it's ironic that Mr Keyte is now working for a recruitment company. Actually, I find it thoroughly depressing, not least because all those hard working former employees at Hereford with red bills to pay probably won't be able to walk into another job supplied by one of their mates. Whatabouttheleases?
  • Score: 9

9:34am Fri 18 Jul 14

mizza21 says...

What a slap in the face for those still owed money by HUFC.

I wouldn't trust Keyte with my dinner money.
What a slap in the face for those still owed money by HUFC. I wouldn't trust Keyte with my dinner money. mizza21
  • Score: 2
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