Norwich City revamps senior management – again

1 July 2019

Norwich
Photo: Getty Images At least five Norwich City staff have left the club as part of a restructuring of senior management spearheaded.

Canaries seek new communications chief as long-time PR boss and several others take redundancy.

Second revamp of execs in less than a year points to growing influence of sporting director Stuart Webber.

At least five Norwich City staff have left the club as part of a restructuring of senior management spearheaded by sporting director Stuart Webber.

Head of communications Joe Ferrari has taken a redundancy package after more than 18 years at the club. His PR deputy Gemma Gifford, who served the club for nearly the same period of time, together with club news editor Amy Smith have also gone.

Jon Leggett, City’s director of operations, and Andrew Macdonald, director of legal, HR and compliance, also opted to take redundancy.

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