EPL’s head of news and corporate communications resigns amid CEO search

27 June 2019

Richard Scudamore
Photo: Getty Images The departure of Nick Noble comes during a time of upheaval at the Premier League as the association is still searching for a new CEO after Richard Scudamore (photo) left.

Nick Noble, the English Premier League’s head of news and corporate communications, has chosen to depart from his position after 12 years in the organisation.

Noble confirms his resignation to offthepitch.com but cannot yet disclose where he will take on a new position.

The departure comes during a time of upheaval at the Premier League as the association is still searching for a new CEO.

Peter Høyer ph@offthepitch.com

Nick Noble has resigned from his position as head of news and corporate communications in the English Premier League. Noble has been employed by the EPL for 12 years but is now moving in a different direction. 

Noble cannot disclose where he is now going but he is said to be taking up an international sports communications role based in the US. The specific date for Noble’s departure has not been made official yet.

I want to thank all my colleagues at the Premier League for making it such an enjoyable place to work for the past 12 years

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