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Ken Dulieu revealed as new chairman of Coventry City.

Mon 28th Mar 2011 | Clubs Ownership

Coventry City FC today announced that Ray Ranson will take up the role of Football Consultant and that director Ken Dulieu has become Chairman.

Ranson will now assist Ken Dulieu on football matters.

Dulieu, who joined the board in November 2010, is a former Chairman of Southampton FC and has considerable experience in football.

Dulieu commented: "I am delighted to be invited to become Chairman of Coventry City, a club which has a proud pedigree in football with an excellent stadium and loyal fan base.

"We are delighted that Ray has elected to focus all his energies and considerable football experience as football consultant to help ensure that we retain our Championship status.

"Ray and I have an excellent personal relationship and we very much complement each other in our respective working roles within the Club and I look forward to working with him in the future.

"On behalf of the board, I would like to thank him for all his efforts and hard work as the club's Chairman over the past three years and more.

"We now move into a new chapter for the club with the first priority being results on the field in line with our objective off the field to achieve financial stability and create a platform upon which to build for the future," he added.

Ray Ranson said: "As most people within the club and in the football world generally have been aware my role as Executive Chairman of Coventry City FC over the past three years has been essentially focused on the football side of the business.

"Coventry City is now entering a new phase where the commercial side of the company will need dedicated focus under a new Chairman.

"As my former role as Executive Chairman has now been split to pave the way for a new future for the club, I am more than happy to assist the new Chairman and Board as well as the football management team to get our results back on track."

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