BRIDGWATER United Football Club have now got a new owner and a new CEO effective today.

Last week, Adam Murry confirmed he would be stepping down as owner of the Men's Football Club due to 'personal commitments'.

On Monday, April 15, Mr Ian Davis officially takes over the Men's Football Club as sole owner with the goal of bringing the club to the next level.

He is a serial IT entrepreneur in WEB3 space and software development companies.

Davis has immediately appointed Mr Steven Graham as CEO of the club who will handle the day to day operations of the club.

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Graham has owned and operated several successful businesses over the past 25 years. He currently owns a small 20-bedroom hotel in Yeovil.

Steve has openly admitted he knows very little about football, however, he does know how to run and operate any type of business.

He said: "We will be working with all the club’s staff and volunteers over the next few weeks to ensure that the club, players, managers, and staff are ready and highly motivated for the start of the new season.

"We also understand that it is the continued support from the fans and the local business community that helps maintain the club moving forward."

Steve has set up an email to enable the supporters to voice either an idea to help the club or any comments they may have.

All emails will be read and answered by Steve within seven days.

“When the season starts one of the first things we will change is any children under the age of 12 years old, will not be charged any admission fee if they are accompanied by an adult.

"I am looking forward to working with all those involved in the club and to improve the club in every way possible.”