23 May 2020 : Statement from Michael Ellison
Michael Ellison has released the following statement, originally via Twitter, and has given permission for it to be posted here...
As you all know I'm not one for social media but felt I had to make a statement after recent events.
Firstly I'd like to thank the club for giving me the opportunity to cut my teeth in management, four years ago the club took a massive risk in appointing me and showed faith in me and I'd like to think that over the past four years I've repaid that faith and then some.
Over the past four seasons I've worked under four different chairman and although we haven't always seen eye to eye I'd like to think both of us have had the club's best interests at heart and over that period given the fans some memorable moments (too many to mention).
Although, I didn't agree with the decision made on Thursday night I respect it and have accepted it. I have no ill feeling towards any one person or persons at the club.
I'd like to thank my staff Crossy, Lawty, Gemma, Salty and Chris who have gone above and beyond what's been expected of them and for putting up with me. Without them none of the success we've had would have been possible.
I'd like to thank all the players who have worked under me over the past four seasons (too many to mention) especially those from the start who again showed faith in me and stood by the club at a difficult time.
Lastly to the fans who are undoubtedly the heartbeat of this football club. Although I do understand your frustrations and your right to express your views I feel it's important to remember that in this period of transition the most important thing is THE FOOTBALL CLUB.
Managers, chairman and board members will come and go but what must remain is the support for this great football club. Thank you for your unrivalled and continued support over the last ten years not only as a player but as a manager it's been emotional.
Take care and stay safe, Ello.
13 Jan : New two-year sponsorship deal extends merseyflow support of Runcorn Linnets
12 Jan : Dave Jones installed as chairman of Runcorn Linnets
09 Jan : New board line-up as a result of Trust elections
08 Jan : Linnets facing prospect of another null and void season
28 Dec : Linnets Legend Eddie Moss dies, aged 81
19 Dec : Runcorn lost to Widnes 0-1
15 Dec : NPL fixtures to resume this Saturday with visit of Widnes
08 Dec : Runcorn lost to Morpeth Town AFC 2-2 (Pens:2-3)
07 Dec : Dapo wings in to join Linnets
07 Dec : Star Scholar Cain Noble signs for Runcorn Linnets
04 Dec : Call for fair play as Covid stoppage continues
30 Oct : Loan star Lloyd Marsh-Hughes signs in at The Millbank
21 Oct : Linnets snap up ex-Tranmere teenager Carl Spellman
21 Oct : Defender Alex Downes returns to the NPL with Runcorn Linnets
20 Oct : Runcorn beat Tadcaster Albion 4-2
17 Oct : Linnets draft in goalkeeper Bulmer
17 Oct : Runcorn beat Sheffield FC 2-3
10 Oct : Runcorn draw with Clitheroe 1-1
07 Oct : Linnets swoop for Seagulls skipper Tom McCready
05 Oct : Runcorn draw with Brighouse Town 3-3
03 Oct : Runcorn lost to Marine 1-1 (Pens:3-4)
29 Sep : Runcorn Linnets to host FA Cup tie with increased virus protection measures
29 Sep : Runcorn beat Mossley AFC 1-2
25 Sep : Mossley fixture is reversed amid Covid concerns
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