Frank Stennett is to leave his role as chief executive officer of the Isle of Man Football Association.
The announcement was made on Thursday as the IoMFA conducts a major review of the local work force based at The Bowl. This comes in the aftermath of a significant reduction in FA funding to grass roots football as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
In a statement, the IoMFA said: ’The board is extremely grateful for the service that Frank has given the association over the past 11 years and for the professionalism that he has shown throughout the process and he takes with him very best wishes for the future.
’The workforce restructuring plans have begun and clubs and stakeholders will be advised on the new management framework in the next two weeks.
’In the meantime, please direct all general correspondence to football services officer Kevan Maitland and all development matters to Lewis Qualtrough and Simon Elson in the normal manner.’