Wealdstone welcome new Associate Director plus further investment into the club
Wealdstone Football Club is delighted to announce it has received a further double boost to its off-field operations.
Following on the back of the recent announcement that US businessman Todd Johnson will join the board, the club can reveal that two lifelong fans and school friends have also formalised their involvement with the National League club.
Businessman Manoj Badale OBE, the lead owner of the Indian Premier League Cricket franchise Rajasthan Royals and Chairman of the British Asian Trust, has made an investment in the club. Meanwhile, Keith Davies, Chief Risk and Compliance Officer for Federated Hermes, has taken a role as an Associate Director and will support the Board on long-term planning and other matters. "We welcome both Keith and Manoj’s support and involvement in the club," said Chairman Rory Fitzgerald. "This is an exciting period in the club's history and it is great that both Keith and Manoj share that and will add their expertise and ambition to what we are trying to do with this club. Keith and Manoj are both fans from the Lower Mead days and we know they share our vision in establishing the club in the National League as well as creating a thriving Academy and continuing the work in the community and the local schools."