New Soham Town Rangers chairman ‘extremely proud’ as Greens romp to pre-season win

PUBLISHED: 16:07 24 August 2020

Mark Goldsack has been appointed as the new chairman of Soham Town Rangers FC, as the first team romped to pre-season victory. Picture: PAUL VOLLER

Mark Goldsack has been appointed as the new chairman of Soham Town Rangers FC, as the first team romped to pre-season victory. Picture: PAUL VOLLER

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Soham Town Rangers have appointed their new chairman ahead of the 2020-21 season.

Mark Goldsack (pictured) has been appointed as the new chairman of Soham Town Rangers FC, as the first team romped to pre-season victory. Picture: ARCHANTMark Goldsack (pictured) has been appointed as the new chairman of Soham Town Rangers FC, as the first team romped to pre-season victory. Picture: ARCHANT

Mark Goldsack will replace Karen Prewett who held the role for the last two years, following the club’s annual general meeting.

Prewett will become vice-chairperson alongside Graham Eley.

Goldsack is no stranger to the Greens, having watched the club during his childhood before both a playing and coaching spell, and was appointed to the club’s board in 2018 when he was elected as vice-chairman.

“I’m extremely proud to have been voted in as the new chairman of Soham Town Rangers. We have realistic ambitions for this humble but great club,” he said.

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On the pitch, Jake Andrews scored four goals for Soham as they dispatched step seven outfit Cherry Hinton 8-0 in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.

Robbie Mason’s men continue their season preparations at Stowmarket Town tomorrow (Tuesday, 7.45pm), before travelling to Lakenheath on Friday night, 7.45pm.

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