Oliver Ash, a chartered surveyor and economics graduate from St Andrews University, is managing director of Richmond, a private property investment and management company.
He is also director and shareholder in CA Brive, a French First Division rugby club, and Goodform Ltd, a UK sports marketing company with a stadium consultancy venture in partnership with Wembley.
Oliver has lived and worked in Europe almost ever since, living in France, Italy and Germany and more recently, between 2005 and 2008, in Saltwood, Kent, when he first became involved in Maidstone United.
Terry Casey has a range of business interests, including land and property development. He has lived and worked in the county town nearly all of his life.
Terry has been a Maidstone United supporter since he was a boy. The first Maidstone match he ever watched was in 1956/57 season which was the club’s first ever game in the Isthmian league. The match at the Athletic ground was played in front of more than 2,000 people but we lost 3-2 to a Wycombe Wanderers side that went on to win the league.
Over the next ten years he watched hundreds of matches and in the mid-sixties played for the Maidstone United Youth team and reserves.
Bill is vastly experienced in all aspects of business and football management within the UK and overseas.
He is a former professional footballer with Portsmouth, West Bromwich Albion and Queens Park Rangers.
Bill has managed professional teams on three continents registering more than 1,500 games.
He was the general manager of the original Maidstone United when they gained promotion to the Football League and has worked as a project manager with CNN in the States and GKN Sankey in South Africa.