Rotherham Director Elected To Football League Commercial Committee
Thu 21st Aug 2014 | Football Governance
Rotherham United Commercial Director, Steve Coakley has been elected to the Football League’s Commercial Committee as one of the Board Nominated Members.
Steve, who returned to the club little under a year ago has been nominated to the board along with Andrew Cullen (MK Dons) and Mal Brannigan (Sheffield United), following discussions at the annual Owners and Directors Conference in Portgual this Summer.
“We’re delighted for Steve,” Chairman Tony Stewart told www.themillers.co.uk.
“He has been recognised by members of the Football League, and elected to the board of the Commercial Committee.
“He’s someone we were delighted to take back on board at this historic time for the football club. The work he does with our Commercial partners is unrivalled and he will relish taking on this responsibility with the Football League’s board now.”
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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