Huddersfield announce interim CEO after Neil Hart debacle

13 January 2020

Huddersfield
Photo: Getty Images Huddersfield have appointed an interim manager, following the departure of Julian Winter.

Huddersfield have finally announced a successor to Julian Winter, although only a temporary one.

The club have appointed an interim CEO following the withdrawal of Neil Hart, their first choice for the position.

Hart opted out to stay at Burnley, becoming their new CEO instead.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Following a tumultuous search for Julian Winter's replacement, Huddersfield have announced the appointment of an interim CEO.

The club have engaged Mark Devlin, a former chief executive at Queens Park Rangers, Brentford and Dundalk.

In September, Huddersfield announced Winter's departure, who, according to the statement, would leave the Terriers in early 2020.

In December, the club announced the appointment of Neil Hart to replace Winter. Hart was CEO of Burnley FC in the Community at the time.

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