Who’s the next CEO through the revolving doors at Barnsley?

28 May 2019

Oakwell
Photo: Getty Images Barnsley F.C. have been without a CEO for four months - since Frenchman Gauthier Ganaye quit to become president of the Ligue 1 side, OGC Nice, in January. The Oakwell club is still in search of a new CEO.

Four-month wait for CEO may affect player recruitment and revenue generation plans.

Co-chairman Paul Conway playing key role in summer transfer business for the Tykes’ return to Championship.

Barnsley secured an immediate return to the Championship this month, but the club’s transfer business and planning for next season may be impacted by the absence of a CEO.

The Oakwell club have been without a CEO for four months - since Frenchman Gauthier Ganaye quit to become president of the Ligue 1 side, OGC Nice, in January.

Two weeks into the close season and with the transfer market humming with activity, the CEO appointment appears to be a matter of some urgency.

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