Two directors of Corby Town have stepped down from their roles due to “increasing business commitments away from football”.
Stevie Nicol and Tony Muir both played key roles in helping to save the club as part of the consortium that completed a takeover of the club last April.
But, in a statement released by the club, it was confirmed that the duo have now decided to step down.
The statement said: “Both Stevie and Tony played a key role in saving the club, as part of the consortium that took over in April 2014 and have shown great commitment and dedication to help the club to progress during the past 16 months, culminating in last season’s league championship.
“On behalf of everyone at Corby Town we would like to thank Stevie and Tony for their significant contributions and hard work in helping to get the club to where it is today, and we truly wish them both every success in the future.
“Without any doubt they are both Steelmen for life and know that they are always welcome at Steel Park.”
The Steelmen are currently preparing for their opening Vanarama National League North fixture of the season at Curzon Ashton on Saturday.
Don’t miss all the build-up to the new season on this website and in Thursday’s Corby Telegraph