Mark Goldberg steps down as the chairman of Welling United
WELLING UNITED have announced that Mark Goldberg is stepping down from his role as chairman.
The club finished second-from-bottom in the National League South table, having collected 38 points from their 40 league games, finishing two points clear of Billericay Town, the only club to be relegated from the division.
The Wings were managed by Steve Lovell, Goldberg, Peter Taylor and current manager Warren Feeney during their season of struggle in the sixth-tier of English football.
“Paul Whitehead will be appointed chairman and there will also be a restructure of the clubs board, which will be announced very shortly,” said a brief statement from the Park View Road outfit.
Goldberg was previously the chairman of Crystal Palace and Bromley's manager, where he won the Conference South title in 2015, the Hayes Lane clubs first league title since 1961.