Date: 1st December 2018 at 7:28pm
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Ed Balls is to step down as Norwich City Chairman, the club have announced.

The former Labour MP cited a number of television filming commitments as the reason why, with the club not planning to replace him, at least in the short term and taking the opportunity to review the non-executive board make up.

Ed will become a Club Ambassador and Vice President with a full statement being available on the club’s official website via the link above.

It seems that there is nothing untoward about this announcement and there is lots of glowing praise from both Delia and Michael towards Ed and vice versa.

They have been glowing in their praise of him with Ed revealing that he originally agreed to take on the role for one year but that quickly turned into three.

Whether he’s actually done much in the role is a moot point for some, although Delia and Michael’s statement talks about the advice he has offered, particularly in financial matters. They are the owners and obviously valued his contribution and who are we to argue with that?

He was a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing a couple of years ago and he made a point of wearing certain show outfits with yellow & green, making most of us cringe for several Saturday nights.

I dare say that he will continue to promote the club and that may have various advantages as the years go by. We’ll see.

All the best, Ed.

OTBC

 

One Reply to “Ed Balls To Step Down As Norwich City Chairman”

  • Who knows what goes on behind the scenes at NCFC but it appears he has spent most of his time as chairman appearing on rubbish tv shows such as that dancing thing which as a 60 year old male I have no interest in whatsoever.
    I am however a fan of the brilliant WILTY on which he was one of a few guests who managed to not be funny at all. Leave that to proper panelists such as Richard Osman, Bob Mortimer, Greg Davies and Henning Wehn.

    So to sum up he failed as an MP, is an embarrassment on tv and sat and watched tens of millions wasted by Rab at NCFC. Maybe he will eventually find something he can do well at.

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