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Forest Green top brass make New Lawn backroom cull

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A raft of Forest Green’s backroom staff, including the director of football have left the relegation threatened club.

The New Lawn top brass have made the cull following a reported loss of £1.3m and administrative expenses soared from £2.3m to £3.5m. 

Departing the New Lawn are director of football Allan Steele, who replaced Stevie Grieve in May 2023 after the latter lasted just five months in post, taking the mantle from previous director of football Richard Hughes, who left for Portsmouth.

Forest Green have also parted company with CEO Marcus Reynolds, who was appointed in March 2023, but began his role in June 1, 2023. His previous roles included being a Senior Advisor at Sport New Zealand, Regional CEO with New Zealand Rugby League and CEO at ASB Classic and Tennis Auckland.

On a day of New Lawn exits, the club also parted with head of recruitment, analysis, and innovation Will Daniels, Ben Strange, head of football operations, and Iain Paterson, head of matchday and hospitality, have also left the club with immediate effect.

Strange joined the club in December 2023 having spent more than four years at Brentford as communications manager with Steele.

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