Leicester City Appoint Director of Football
Fri 5th Jul 2013 | Football Club Management
Leicester City Football Club have announced the appointment of Terry Robinson as their new Director of Football.
Terry joins the Foxes from Stoke City, where he held the position of Director of Youth Development for two years. He has also served as Chairman at both Bury and Sheffield United.
As Director of Football, Terry’s remit will be to provide strategic input to the club’s football operations at all levels, driving the consistent implementation of the club’s football philosophy.
Susan Whelan, Leicester City’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “The appointment of Terry Robinson will add another dimension to the Club and to our football operations.
"The appointment of Terry will complement the wealth of football experience already in place in our First Team Manager, Nigel Pearson; Academy Director, Jon Rudkin and Football Operations Director, Andrew Neville, whose roles all remain unchanged.
"I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Terry to Leicester City and wish him great success in his new role.”
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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