Folkestone Invicta chairman Paul Morgan searches for investors: If anyone would like to get involved at board level or knows of anyone who would like to get involved with investment, please come and talk to us
FOLKESTONE INVICTA chairman Paul Morgan says he is keen to hear from potential investors who want to get involved with the promotion-chasing club.
Neil Cugley has guided the club to second-place in the Isthmian League Premier Division table with 61 points from their 30 games.
A late winner from striker Ira Jackson sealed a vital 1-0 win at leaders Worthing last Saturday, which closed the gap to two points.
However, Adam Hinshelwood’s side claimed a 3-1 win at Hugo Langton’s Lewes last night to extend their lead back to five points, although Folkestone Invicta do have a game in hand.
With the possibility of promotion into the Vanarama National League South – the sixth tier of English football – a possibility, the club are searching for investors.
“Yes, we are looking for more board members and investors but that person, people, company etc has to be right for the football club,” Morgan said in a statement on the club website,
“If anyone would like to get involved at board level or knows of anyone who would like to get involved with investment, please come and talk to us.
“If it wasn’t for the supporters’ this club would not be in the position it is in.”
Folkestone Invicta welcome second-from-bottom side Wingate & Finchley to Cheriton Road on Saturday (15:00).
Visit Folkestone Invicta’s website: www.folkestoneinvictafc.co.uk