The Ryman Football League
Published 27th May 2012
Just weeks after previous chairman Lynn Woods resigned, three more key club figures opted to call it a day leaving the board reduced to one man - Jenner.
Company secretary Jim Pellatt – the joint acting chairman – helped bring Invicta's finances and administration to a new level but he has relinquished control of his responsibilities.
Long-serving secretary Neil Pilcher and wife Sally, who was involved with the boardroom and matchday hospitality, have too stepped down.
Jenner is the only one left and if people don't come forward to support him, he too will step down from his position.
Jenner said: "I'm not going to do it all myself. I've been left on my own and now I'm the only one prepared to carry on making a contribution to the club at boardroom level.
"I'm willing to use my judgement and time for the club but I can't do it on my own.
"If no-one comes forward to help I'll have no option but to hand the club back to the shareholders."
Boss Neil Cugley met with Jenner on Friday and described talks as "positive".
He's dealt with Invicta's problems first-hand and only last year were players forced to play without pay for a month to deal with more financial uncertainty.
Cugley said: "We've gone through a lot worse than this and come through it – we'll survive and we'll dig in.
"Mark has been lumbered with things but everyone has to get round him and rally together.
"The supporters club need to help us out too and at the minute it doesn't affect the players at all.
"We're all set to have a successful season next year and push on for at least the play-offs. We just need to relax and get people to put in their time to help us out.
"A lot of people have been very good to our club, people like Brian Merryman, who is an unsung hero in many ways.
"Without him, Jim Pellatt and Lynn Woods I doubt we'd even be in the Ryman League so full credit should go to them."
Jenner issued a statement on the club's website on Sunday informing fans that the future of the club was in doubt.
Jenner continued: "There are key positions that need to be filled fast. The deadline really is Monday, June 4th.
"We need someone to run the payroll, keep the books and basically be the financial controller. We also need someone to volunteer as the club secretary.
"In terms of boardroom hospitality I've got a couple of solutions so we are making progress – but we need half a dozen more people to get involved.
"All the jobs can't be left to one or two people.
"We need anybody that can help to come forward and put their hands up.
"At the end of the day I'm not doing it all myself.
"The future of the club is in doubt if we don't get help."