At its Annual General Meeting yesterday, Livingston Football Club Limited saw the departure of two long-standing directors who failed to get re-elected to the board. A third, Alan Scott, resigned but will continue as the club safety officer.
Liviforlife Supporter’s Trust chair, Don Paul, echoed the feeling of many at the club when he praised Neil Hogarth and Brian Ewing for the “immense amount of work and huge contribution” to the club over many years.
Chairman Robert Wilson confirmed plans were already underway to expand the board. He said, “We are actively looking for working directors to bring a new energy and enthusiasm to the boardroom. Work has already begun to create a number of directorial roles more closely aligned to the day to day demands on the club in the top flight. Livingston Football Club is evolving. Sadly, change often involves crucial but difficult decisions.”