Goals, Post Match Interview and Future of the Bulls

Bulls inviting interest to become majority shareholders of the club.


With two late wihdrawals from the squad the Bulls went to Skegness, with thirteen players, with an average age of 19.2 years of age. After a poor start which saw us go 2-0 down in 20 minutes, a much improved second half saw 17 year old Ishaq Bouheraoua score his first goals for the Bulls, but it was not enough. The regins have now been handed over to Paul Rockley and we are excited to see what the future brings.


Due to a change in personal circumstances Spencer Fearn, the majority shareholder it looking to gift his 92% shareholding to any interested party / parties who wish to take the club forward. The club has no debt and Spencer is not looking to recover the payment he made to acquire the club in the summer,


Spencer stated "My personal circumstances have changed the past few weeks, which means I cannot commit the time I once could to the Bulls. I am now looking to speak with an interested party or parties about the possibility of someone taking over the majority shareholding who can allocate time and resource to see the club continue to prosper. I am already speaking to interested parties, but wished to make the announcement formal, to raise awareness with other potential new owners"


"Our new Manager Paul Rockley and our committee are aware of my intention to move on and I am not looking to re-coup any of the the funds I paid in the summer. The important thing for me is that the club has an owner who can take the club forward. I will continue to support the club until such time we find someone"


Interested parties can contact spencer@nefa.co.uk for further information.


See goals and post match interview below.