Warriors announce new management structure

Tue, 06 Jun 2017 10:39
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NEWS: Worcester Warriors Chairman Bill Bolsover announced a new management structure at the club, which will see Chief Executive Jim O'Toole step down from his role at the end of June.

With O'Toole's departure, the club will replace the Chief Executive role with a new position of Managing Director.

The new Managing Director will have responsibility for the operations of the club, with responsibility for the rugby department remaining with Director of Rugby Gary Gold, who reports directly to the Board.

O'Toole, who joined Warriors in February 2015, said: "This new structure makes sense for the business and I would like to thank our partners, staff and fans for their support during my tenure as Chief Executive."

Chairman Bill Bolsover said: "We would like to thank Jim for his commitment and enthusiasm during his time as Chief Executive and wish him every success in the future."

Warriors announced that Gus MacKay will become the club's new Managing Director on Monday, June 12.

Mackay has 15 years of experience working in rugby and cricket, where he has held the positions of Chief Executive and Managing Director.

Bill Bolsover added: "We welcome Gus to his new role at a very exciting time for the commercial side of the business and believe his experience within professional sport will be a catalyst to drive the club forward off the pitch."

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