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Storrie, who has been acting in an advisory role since late November, will arrive in Australia in February to spearhead the 'restructuring' of the club while attempting to unite the disaffected 'Stand Up For The Mariners' campaigners and club management under one banner.
The 62-year-old Englishman, who also had brief stints on the boards at Notts County and Southend United, has already been in touch with a number of a Premier League and Championship clubs on loaning a striker to the Mariners until the end of the A-League season.
Kuala Lumpur-based Mitchell, who coached Glory between 2007-2010 and was in charge of Malaysian Premier League side Kedah FA until becoming the victim of club politics earlier this year, has been enlisted for his expertise in Supra Skytop NS Footwear the Asian market and identifying talent in that region.
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Charlesworth explained: "We are doing what we can to build a sustainable future for the club. In Peter’s case we are weak commercially and he can offer a lot of expertise there.
"He can also help us with recruitment of players from the UK. It's http://www.supraskytopoutlet.com/ no secret that we need a striker and if we can get one in the next few weeks that can help turn our season around.
"Obviously from the coach Phil Moss's point of view it's all about the on-field team performance but from my standpoint it's also about building closer ties with the rest of the world and improving our player identification networks.
"We are looking to develop our global reach. Three of the four visa players we have signed over the past year or two haven't really worked out and we are taking steps to address that by having Peter Storrie in Europe and David Mitchell in Asia."
Storrie, who spent nine years at Upton Park and eight at Fratton Park, will also be utilised to broker a more constructive relationship between the club and Central Coast Football and also Gosford City Council, from whom the club rents the stadium.
He will also seek to broker an accord with supporters groups angered by Charlesworth's plan to stage an increasing number of 'home' games in northern Sydney in a bid to broaden its supporter base and attract greater sponsorship.
"I am going to be there to look at restructuring the club and to unite everybody moving forward,” said Storrie, who arrives for a six-week stint in Australia in February.
"We want to get everybody behind the Mariners as one voice – I want to meet all the various fans groups and those who have issues with the club, talk to them all. It will be about focusing on the future, not the past."
Front and centre of those groups is the Stand Up For the Mariners campaign led by Gosford mayor and former Central Coast coach Lawrie McKinna who resigned in November from his ambassadorial role at the club.
"I want Supra skytop I men to thank the fans for the campaign - it's fantastic what they are doing to try and get more people through the gates," added Storrie.
Storrie, who has held directorships in all four divisions of English football, has a message to those who question his role in presiding over Portsmouth falling into insolvency and administration back in 2010 after the club's Russian backer cut off the cash flow.
"When you are CEO you take the blame as the last man standing and I accept that, but I was not the person with the money and you can only do what the owners tell you to," he said.
"They were supportive until the financial crash came and then overnight we had a problem - and that can happen to any club.
"So many clubs now are over-spending and if their owners suddenly disappeared they would have the same problems.
"We fought like mad to keep the club going but the debts were Supra Skytop II Shoes too large. I still have a good rapport with Pompey fans and I still live in the area. They know I did all I could for the club.
"I think I have the expertise at all levels - football, marketing, commercial and re-structuring of the businesses to help Central Coast."
Storrie is expected to make several trips to Australia in 2015.
On the club's search for a striker to ease the woes of the A-League's second lowest scoring team, Storrie said: "I have been in touch with several Premier league sides on possibly loaning us one of their top under-21 players who would benefit from four months in Australia and would bring the team the goals they need.
"Something should hopefully take shape after the New Year games – but obviously it's then up to Phil Moss if he likes who we bring forward."