Former Clarets Striker Joins Bury Town Board

Alan Lee Joins Bury Town Board of Directors

Bury Town are pleased to welcome Alan Lee as a Director of the Football Club following his appointment at the clubs A.G.M on Monday evening. Having joined the club last season as the clubs Head of Player Development, a role he will continue as he joins the board in the overall day to day running of the club.

Lee, a former Republic of Ireland International has a vast knowledge of the game having played professionally with Aston Villa, Torquay United, Port Vale, Burnley, Rotherham United, Cardiff City, Crystal Palace, Norwich City, Huddersfield Town and Ipswich Town where he finished his career.

Chairman Russell Ward said “I am delighted to welcome Alan to the board as a Director of the club. Alan has been a real asset to us since he joined, and I was very pleased when he accepted my invitation to become a Director. He has made massive improvements to the club in his short time with us, he has given us access to improved training facilities.

He also continues to improve and enlarge our youth section, and next season we will have a total of 36 teams representing Bury Town FC across all age groups, both male and female. He has also drawn up a five year plan for the board to take the club onto the next level and we are starting to put that plan into place. Having someone with his experience from the professional game on our board further strengthens the club going forward.”

Speaking about the appointment Alan Lee said, “I am very pleased to be joining the Board of Directors at Bury Town and I am looking forward to working with everyone involved from the first team right down through our youth section to grow the club and improve every aspect of the club”

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