Surprise departure: Managing director leaves Wolves

11 July 2019

Dalrymple
Photo: Getty Images Wolverhampton Wanderers sporting director Kevin Thelwell (left) and managing director Laurie Dalrymple (right) at a Wolves game.

Laurie Dalrymple leaves Wolves after four and a half years at the club. 

The club have no immediate plans to replace him.

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

The managing director of Wolves, Laurie Dalrymple, has had his contract ended at the club and been placed on garden leave with immediate effect, the club announced in a short statement. 

Initially hired as head of commercial affairs four and a half years ago, Dalrymple leaves the club after three years in his current position, overseeing all commercial, stadium and non-football administrative staff at the club.

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