Latest news on Manchester United – Ed Woodward agrees with Manchester United fans about his tenure, Richard Arnold to take his job
Ed Woodward is now free of the stress of running Manchester United. The latest news on Manchester United F.C reports that Richard Arnold will replace Ed Woodward as Manchester United’s most senior executive on 1 February.
Woodward stated his intention to leave his role as executive vice-chairman last spring amid the fallout from the doomed European Super League project.
“I would like to thank Ed for his tireless work on behalf of Manchester United during his nine years as executive vice-chairman and 16 years with the club,” said United co-chairman Joel Glazer.
“We are now looking forward to Richard and his leadership team opening a new phase in the club’s evolution, with ambitious plans for investment in Old Trafford, the strengthening of our engagement with fans, and continued drive towards our most important objective – winning on the pitch.”
According to the Manchester Evening Post, Ed Woodward’s eight-and-a-half-year tenure as Man United executive vice-chairman was not a success and he knows it.
ℹ️ We are pleased to announce that Richard Arnold will become Chief Executive Officer of the club, effective from 1 February.#MUFC
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 6, 2022
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