2 May 2024 - 4:30 AM



Thursday briefing: Manchester United confirm departure of more senior figures as Ratcliffe-led clearout continues

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Manchester United have announced that interim CEO Patrick Stewart and chief financial officer Cliff Baty will leave at the end of the season as the clearout of senior off-field figures led by new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe continues.

In a statement, United said that Stewart, who is also the club’s chief legal officer, and Baty are departing by “mutual consent”. They follow football director John Murtough in leaving Old Trafford. Former CEO Richard Arnold stepped down before Ratcliffe’s

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