City chairman plays down costcutting as stars leave

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ACTING Lancaster City chairman Micky Hoyle has moved to calm any fears for the club’s future after they sold star players Andrew Teague and Paul Jarvis.

The Dolly Blues last week introduced a new wage structure which meant they had to offload their two contracted players, skipper Teague and winger Jarvis.

Hoyle said: “We’ve been back three and a half years (since administration in 2007) and every year we have been in the black,

“We are determined that will happen again so we have cut costs accordingly.

“It may mean sacrificing a play-off place but that is still the aim.

“The most important thing is that the club is still here in the long term.”

See the Lancaster Guardian (04-02-11) for full story.