Castleford chairman Jack Fulton has once again assured fans about the club's future following the resignation of commercial manager Nick Fozzard.
Fozzard and wife Sarah, the club's former Marketing Manager, resigned from their posts on Tuesday, just a week after chief executive Steve Ferres opted to leave the club.
All three had been heavily involved in the implementation of a new membership scheme, geared towards helping the Tigers towards a more sustainable future.
Fulton said: "This club has been built on loyalty and passion for approaching 90 years; it has had plenty of ups and downs behind the scenes and it no doubt will in future. While this last week has been a turbulent one off the pitch, and this situation is not ideal by any stretch, the club will continue to deliver a side competing in Super League as the team has done so proudly against much bigger, more fancied clubs than ourselves so far this season.
"I’d like to assure fans of the club’s future by reiterating that the driving force of my financing of this great club is keeping it going as a Super League operation ready for the day when it can support itself and this position remains unchanged.
"I have faith in Steve Gill (interim CEO) and the existing staff members that they are united and will continue to do this club proud in the weeks to come whilst we recruit more people who want to be at the club and help us realise our aims."
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