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Paul Faulkner Appointed Chief Executive

Paul Faulkner Appointed Chief Executive

The club are very pleased to announce that all round top man Paul Faulkner has been appointed as the club's Chief Executive.

The announcement was made on the Official Site a few short moments ago.

Paul as we know was a key member of the team Randy put together when he completed the takeover from Dougie and little shareholders like me and for the last two years he has held the title of Chief Operating Officer, working closely still with Randy and Martin O'Neill on team matters whilst overseeing all other aspects of the clubs' day to day running.

Speaking briefly in the announcement Randy said:

'I'm very gratified to announce the appointment of Paul as Chief Executive. His involvement with all aspects of the club combined with his tireless commitment makes him, in my judgement, a sound and promising choice.'

Paul added:

'I am both very excited and very humbled to have been appointed. It is a real honour and privilege to have been involved with this great club and I look forward to starting to prepare for the 2010-2011 season and beyond.'

Congratulations Paul - Up The Villa.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Friday May 14 2010
Time: 6:25PM

Comments

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Methinks that would be budgetary decisions as regards transfers VITM...i.e. can we acede to their wage demands, etc once MON has put his request in....
YatesyVillain
15/05/2010 07:49:00
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MoN HOLDS Paul in high regard and the reference to transfers refers to his assisting the manager. This is a good move for Villa
reza
15/05/2010 10:28:00
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poor guy got no chance of lasting long .once MON gets feed up and by passes him and straight on to lerner
one match ban
15/05/2010 15:37:00
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Time will prove you wrong on that one one match ban, he's already been doing the job a couple of years, just now he has had the title and role cemented. MON wouldn't show that much disrespect and Randy wouldn't allow it to be fair. Paul is a very key figure at the club and in Randy's set up.
The Fear
15/05/2010 16:08:00
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