Chief Executive expected to leave the Club in early 2020
- Chief Executive Julian Winter to depart Huddersfield Town
- Former player set to leave after three-and-a-half years
- Comments from Chairman Phil Hodgkinson
Huddersfield Town can today confirm that Chief Executive Julian Winter is set to depart his role at the Club.
Julian, 54, re-joined the Terriers as CEO in Easter 2016, having previously progressed through the youth system to play over 100 games for Town between 1984 and 1989.
He has now given notice of his intention to vacate his role at Huddersfield Town, with his leaving date currently projected to be in March 2020.
Huddersfield Town Chairman Phil Hodgkinson commented:
“I would like to thank Julian for his work on behalf of the Club. I have only worked with him for a relatively short time, but I’m particularly grateful for the groundwork he put into the period of my takeover.
“He now feels it is time for a new challenge and we fully respect his wishes. I know he will continue to work diligently in the best interests of our club whilst we complete the process of appointing his successor.”
“The search for the Club’s next Chief Executive is now well under way and is obviously a very important one. We will take our time, as we did with our recent appointment of Danny and Nicky Cowley, to ensure the correct appointment is made.”