'It should be remembered, that we've been a really successful community club for over a decade, we've come up 4 leagues since 2005-6, we came through the Southern Eastern division, through the Ryman Premier, through the Conference South and now sit as an established National League club during my tenure here. Wood will kick off their 2007-8 Ryman League Premier Division campaign on August 18. "If at all possible, I would hope to put the matter behind me, move forward and concentrate on the sports and education programmes and community projects I've created." He concluded: "I apologise to everyone for causing trouble and distress. BOREHAM WOOD chairman Danny Hunter has criticised the behaviour of Peterborough United manager Grant McCann, claiming he "took the family.. 19th July 2016 with 0 Comments. Boreham Wood Football Club is a professional football club based in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England. Data returned from the Piano 'meterActive/meterExpired' callback These adverts enable local businesses to get in front of their target audience – the It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. But it is not good enough for the victims. Bob Nicholson has taken over as chairman following the shock resignation of Danny Hunter. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please Mrs Hall explained how the assault has affected her: "I find it very hard to go out in the evening now because I don't feel safe anymore. Our support levels are frustrating the life out of me, as I get people on at me about us challenging the Wrexhams, Notts County and Chesterfields of this world, who all get four or five thousand fans and people's expectation of what their £99 brings is completely bonkers.I feel after today, that It might simply be the right time to re-evaluate my own ambitions and consider downsizing my year on year investment here and get rid of a few of the white elephants in the room. Hunter resigns after incident in restaurant. Mr Hunter insisted the club's code of conduct should apply to himself, as it does anyone else, but he will be missed by those at Meadow Park, including Mr Nicholson, who said: "I believe time will show Danny to have been a non-league chairman of true vision, especially with his work on the youth and PASE structure, the new artificial pitch and refurbishment of other club facilities." Hunter replied: 'Oh do me a favour Grant, we've been finding excuses at whatever league we've been playing in and there aren't any excuses left. We all had to leave because I was petrified of anything happening again. "It wasn't just a black eye, it is the aftermath of it and the mental stress that affects us and our families." EDITORIAL David Emery, editor in chief … If you look at the averages we are already over 500 supporters less than the next worst supported club in the National League.He was unhappy with a crowd of just 407 turning up for Saturday's game against Sutton'No the truth is, other than the bigger games against the big clubs who carry large away support, we are, after five years at National League level, clearly still no bigger than a Ryman league or Southern League Club. Could it just be the school holidays, people being away or other local league clubs maybe taking away the floating supporter?' Mr Hunter was involved in an avoidable altercation' at a local restaurant last week (see front page for full story) and decided it warranted his immediate resignation. This is a great club, which deserves better than me." "Bob Nicholson is a good man who, like myself, cares passionately about this club and this town. But our crowds just never seem to improve in the way that I see at other local clubs like Sutton, Bromley and Maidenhead and it's demoralising.For me today was a real low point and I admit I do feel really low. But we're certainly not where we are are because of Arsenal or any single partner, we are where we are because we're a well run, well managed club, built from the bottom up and have great staff.You more than anyone know, all I've heard of from our fans in recent years, was that if I built them a covered home stand that would improve things and the Wood Army would have the place rocking. "The improvements under Mr Hunter's chairmanship are there for all to see and I am personally very sad to see him resign under these circumstances. Our Chairman Danny Hunter can proudly claim that he has overseen our rise through both the Ryman Leagues, the Conference South and into the National League where, in our fourth season, we are regarded as an established club at that level, the pinnacle of non-league football. Under the management of Steve Cook, they also earned a reputation for playing entertaining football, with fans treated to goals galore. Boreham Wood chairman Danny Hunter has hit out at his own fans in an incredible and bizarre interview. 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