Another one bites the dust! Reported by journalist Laurie Whitwell [@lauriewhitwell] , the behind the scenes reshuffle continues at Manchester United with the club’s Head of Corporate Finance ,Hemen Tseayo, leaving his position at the club.
Having been appointed in 2012 and being one of the persons responsible with listing Manchester United on the New York Stock Exchange shortly after joining, the Nigeria-born leaves the club after 10 years in charge of the Finance Departament and executing multiple transactions for the club.
Having had a close relationship with former CEO Ed Woodward, he in another addition on the list of employees who leave the club following the appointment of Richard Arnold as CEO. He follows Ed Woodward,Matt Judge, Jim Lawler, Marcel Bout and Charlie Brooks out of the door.
It is clear that there is a big change happening behind the scenes at Man United with the goal to change the structure at the club and rethink the strategy moving forward.