Tigers suffer another blow

SpeedwayMILDENHALL have been further rocked by news that commercial manager Neil Day has quit the club after one season in the post at West Row.Day stepped into the role following Brian Snowie's death last March but following increased workload at his employers, Northgate I.

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MILDENHALL have been further rocked by news that commercial manager Neil Day has quit the club after one season in the post at West Row.

Day stepped into the role following Brian Snowie's death last March but following increased workload at his employers, Northgate I.S., he informed promoter Mick Horton of his intention to step down with immediate effect.

“I thought long and hard about the situation over the last few weeks” commented Day. “The decision was purely to do with workload, having been recently promoted at work and often working 50 to 60 hours a week, and having recovered from a back operation all in the last month.”


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“It is not because of the recent uncertainty surrounding the club and I wish the promotion all the success for the future and will be back supporting the Fen Tigers from the terraces again next season.”

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