Manchester United executive recognised for support of LGBT+ people

30 October 2019

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Photo: Getty Images As Manchester United's group managing director, Richard Arnold has worked with United's LGBT+ supporters' group, the Rainbow Devils, and the #allredallequal campaign, which focuses on equality and inclusion.

Manchester United's group managing director, Richard Arnold, has been ranked at number 22 out of 50 on OUTstanding's Ally Executive list.

Amongst other things, Arnold receives his ranking on the list for his work with United's LGBT+ supporters' group, the Rainbow Devils, and the #allredallequal campaign.

Earlier this week, Manchester United also achieved the highest level of the Premier League's Equality Standard.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Manchester United's group managing director, Richard Arnold, has been recognised for his work in support of LGBT+ people in and around the club.

On OUTstanding's 50 Ally Executives list, Arnold has been ranked at number 22.

OUTstanding is an initiative of the INvolve organisation - a membership organisation championing diversity and inclusion in business.

Arnold has been recognised for his work with Manchester United's LGBT+ supporters' group, the Rainbow Devils, and the #allredallequal campaign, which April's HATRED initiative was a part of.

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