A club statement said: “Paul has given the club some great memories with promotion to the Premier Division by winning the Division One title in 2017/18 season with a record points total and giving the club’s supporters exciting days with cup runs in both the FA Cup and FA Trophy.”
The North West Counties League Premier Division club – established in 2012 by disillusioned supporters of now rivals Northwich Victoria – are one of those clubs in line for upwards movement providing they complete an application.
The former Aveley, Maldon & Tiptree, Thamesmead and Stanway Rovers boss has been with the club since last June but will now take the top job alongside former Leyton Orient, Brentford, Reading and Sutton player John Mackie.
The Non-League Paper teamed up with the Non- League Show this week following the National League System restructuring announcement for an open discussion with Northern Premier League chairman Mark Harris, Isthmian League chairman Nick Robinson and Southern League vice-chairman Anthony Hughes
Moore will be back on the road to Wembley this weekend when Shildon host Warrington Rylands in the last 32 of the Vase and he is hopeful that his side can deliver some happier memories for his club and himself.
Newark chairman Gary Clarke said the plans did not involve houses going on the football club’s site but that “it could affect us in terms of access to the land the club sits on” and “the provision of utilities”.
With Government guidelines prohibiting paying spectators to cover the costs before May 17, league officials plan to use video technology to give fans everywhere their football fix – with the receipts being shared with participating clubs.