Coventry City can confirm that Tim Fisher has resigned as Chairman and Director of the Football Club.
Tim has been the Club's Chairman since 2014 and departs the Sky Blues following the completion of Doug King’s takeover, having been at the Club for the last 12 years.
Fisher first joined the board of directors at Coventry City in 2011, becoming Managing Director later that year and then Chief Executive in 2012 prior to being appointed Chairman in 2014.
During what was a turbulent period for the Club - which included groundshares, relegations and administration - Fisher was also Chairman for the Club’s EFL Trophy win and promotions from League Two and League One. Fisher departs with the Sky Blues now firmly established in the Championship.
Dave Boddy, Coventry City Chief Executive, said:
“I would like to thank Tim for his hard work, commitment and dedication to the Club during his time with the Sky Blues, following his decision to step away and resign from the Board of the Football Club.
“Tim has been a figurehead at the Club for a number of years and offered important advice and counsel to many in and around the club. Having worked through difficult periods for Coventry City, he now leaves with the Club in a far better place than he found it.
“Given the change in ownership structure, and after many years of loyal service and dedication, he has decided to step away from the Club's board. We wish him the best of luck for the future.”