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AFC Fylde have announced that they are to disband their women's team with immediate effect, due to the ongoing situation with the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
The club's Chief Executive Officer, Jonty Castle, has issued the following statement about the team which had been playing in the Northern Premier Division of the FA Women's National League:
"With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic across the world, I feel it is right that we offer the most transparent and clearest communication possible with regards to our current position.
I have had in-depth discussions with Chairman, David Haythornthwaite and we recognise that as a community based football club, AFC Fylde always wanted to operate a Women's team.
The Women's team, lead by manager, Conrad Prendergast has been a credit to the football club and the local area. However, due to the current and ongoing fluid situation regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Chairman has had to take the tough decision to disband the Women's team in its current format.
We have spoken with Conrad and he is aware of the plans we have put in place, and we thank him for his understanding at this difficult and uncertain time.
We wholeheartedly understand and accept this is not the news anyone wanted to give, or to receive and everyone at the club would like to offer our best wishes to all current players and staff for their future careers.
I sincerely hope that all supporters both of the men's and women's team, along with all your families, are keeping safe and well at this difficult time."
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