Huddersfield recruit new CEO from Burnley

12 December 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Huddersfield Town's chairman and owner, Phil Hodgkinson, said after the appointment of Neil Hart as the club's new chief executive: "I'm delighted that Neil is joining the football club as our new chief executive, as he was the stand-out individual from a process involving many high-level candidates."

Huddersfield have appointed Neil Hart as the club's new chief executive.

Hart joins the club from Burnley FC, where he currently holds a position as CEO of Burnley FC in the Community. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Huddersfield have announced the appointment of Neil Hart as the club's new chief executive. Hart will replace the outgoing CEO, Julian Winter. 

Currently employed as the chief executive officer of Burnley FC in the Community, Hart will take up his new role at Huddersfield in March 2020. 

Huddersfield Town's chairman, Phil Hodgkinson, said:

"I'm delighted that Neil is joining the football club as our new chief executive, as he was the stand-out individual from a process involving many high-level candidates.

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