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Chief Executive Departs?

CEO Lee Hoos has left the club after being in charge for three seasons.

There has been no official confirmation from the club that I can see, but the speculation of Hoos departing is all over the local press and the BBC.

In further unconfirmed news, it's also being reported that Chief Financial Officer Mark Johnson has also left the club.

Will update if and when I can find any confirmation.

There was certainly no indication that Hoos' time was to be up after his recent interviews about the work going on at the club during the summer.

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Date:Wednesday June 1 2011

Time: 1:19PM

 

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