Ludlow Town quit Premier

Ludlow Town have sensationally resigned from the West Midlands Premier League citing financial problems - with the club set to start next season in the County Premier.

Ludlow Town have sensationally resigned from the West Midlands Premier League citing financial problems - with the club set to start next season in the County Premier.

The club's board made the decision at a meeting this week and Town will now drop three levels and merge with the current reserve side already playing in the County Premier

Manager Stuart Corns has already left the south Shropshire club saying he was 'extremely disappointed' with the news adding that he felt the move was 'drastic.'

Comments for: "Ludlow Town quit Premier"

Lewis Welch

This is a disgrace to shropshire football....

If anyone on the ludlow board cared about the club over the past few years, and used the basis of a great club this would never have happened.

i think now, everyone involved in football should see that the work done behind the scenes at any club is just as, if not more important than the manager and players

Jonny Bravo

This is really disappointing, Ludlow have got a great team and facilities that even the likes of Bridgnorth and Market Drayton havent got.