The End of an Era
Joint-Manager Martyn Rogers is stepping down from his role
Tiverton Town would like to announce that joint-Manager Martyn Rogers is stepping down from his role at the Football Club.
Martyn commented, “Things have changed for me off the pitch in my personal life and it’s now time I devoted far more time to my wife and family. It goes without saying that I have loved every minute at the club since taking over as Manager thirty years ago. I think I’m leaving the club in a really healthy position on and off the pitch and wish Scott all the luck in the world, it’s his time to shine”
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The summer of 1913 saw the birth of what is now Tiverton Town Football Club from the ashes of the recently demised rugby club. Honorary Secretary Sid Skinner proposed the change of code and the newly formed Tiverton Athletic played host to Exeter City at the Athletic Ground at the start of September for the inaugural match. City won 7-0 but the first Tiverton President Mr. Ford was already prepared to make the bold claim that the new team could become champions of the county. Those days were many years off, and the first season had barely been completed when war broke out and Tiverton Athletic were forced to adjourn their journey.