As some of you may recall a couple of weeks ago we had some serious boiler trouble, that has resulted in the club having to pay a huge 4.5K excluding VAT to replace it. If there is anyone out there, that could help contribute in some way either financially of by doing a little fund raising the club will be greatly indebted.
If you would like to help out or contribute in anyway or would like further information, please contact Bob Marchant (Chairman) or myself Simon Butler (Vice Chairman) Mobile - 07714531367. Thank for your time regarding reading this article and we look forward to hearing from you.
Marie Wedges funeral is on Friday 17th February at Worthing Crematorium (11am). The wake will be held back at Arundel Social Club. Everyone is welcome to attend in a celebration and to remember Marie's all to short life.
It is with great sadness Arundel FC have to announce the sudden and unexpected passing of Marie Wedge. Marie was a long serving social and staff member at the club, her smiling face will be sorely missed behind the bar and up at the club.
Our thoughts and sincere condolences are with the family at this extremely sad time.
RIP Marie x
Article below provided courtesy of 'The Littlehampton Gazette' Thank you
Mullets part company with management duo Craig Stuart & Barry Pidgeon
Following a committee meeting at Mill Road this morning, Mullets’ board came to a decision to sack the pair.
Both Pidgeon and Stuart guided nine-man Arundel to a 1-1 Southern Combination League Premier Division draw at rivals Wick on Boxing Day, in what was their final game in charge.
The pair replaced Simon Butler early last season but Mullets have struggled so far this campaign, collecting just 19 points from 22 league matches, leaving them fourth-bottom.
Arundel chairman Bob Marchant admitted sacking the duo was not an easy decision and said: “It’s never a nice call to make but as a committee we believe this was the right thing to do. We did not want to look back and say we should have made a change earlier, we just felt this was the right time to do so.
“Some of our results, especially against the lesser teams, have not been good enough this season. Both Barry and Craig have been brilliant for us in their time here and I wish them well in the future. “They’ve given so much time and effort but we’ve been struggling for results of late.
“We’ve been in discussion with potential successors and we hope to have someone in place sooner, rather than later.”
Following his departure, former joint-manager Pidgeon hopes his successor is able to turn things around
He said: “We’ve struggled for consistency at times this season, with injuries not helping us. We weren’t in a great position but both myself and Craig (Stuart) were hoping for a couple of victories to turn things around but the committee have come to this decision.
“I’ve really enjoyed the time at Arundel, it’s a great club and I wish them all the best in the future. I think myself and Craig will take a short break, before getting out and watching a few matches in the new year.”