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CEO and CFO Departures at Manchester United

Manchester United Announces Departures of Interim Chief Executive and CFO

Manchester United has recently made significant announcements regarding changes in its leadership. Interim chief executive Patrick Stewart and chief financial officer Cliff Baty will be departing at the end of the season. These changes mark a transitional phase for the club’s management team.

New Leadership Roles

Jean-Claude Blanc, the chief executive of United’s minority owners Ineos Sport, will step into Stewart’s role until July 13. After Blanc’s tenure, Omar Berrada, set to arrive from Manchester City, will take over as the new chief executive. Additionally, Roger Bell, formerly the CFO at Ineos Sport, will assume the position vacated by Baty.

Expressions of Gratitude

Sir Jim Ratcliffe expressed gratitude for Stewart and Baty’s contributions, stating, “I would like to personally thank both Patrick and Cliff for their support in helping us get to know the club.” Joel Glazer, United co-owner, also extended appreciation, saying, “I would like to thank Patrick and Cliff for their dedicated service to Manchester United.”

These departures signify a shift in leadership, as the club seeks to establish a new management team. United acknowledges the invaluable advice and expertise provided by Stewart and Baty over the years.

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