10:03pm Tuesday 22nd May 2012
By Paul Rogers
IT is being reported tonight that Tim Russon has stood down from Hereford United's board, stating that some of the decision making and taking at the club has brought him "deep unhappiness".
The move follows that of coaches Jamie Pitman, Russell Hoult and Richard Sneekes, who all left Edgar Street following the club's relegation from the Football League, while Richard O'Kelly decided not to take the vacant manager's job.
Russon joined Hereford as vice-chairman in June 2010 along with chairman David Keyte.
Following the news, fellow board member Nick Nenadich has tweeted his thanks for the significant contribution that Russon made whilst at Hereford United and respects his decision.
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