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OFFICIAL - AC Milan bring two new top execs in

22.02.2019 17.27 by Claudio Colla  read 1138

AC Milan announced having signed Casper Stylsvig and James Murray, in fancy executive positions. The latter coming from Arsenal, the former joining in from Fulham. Rossoneri top brass is turning more and more English.

"AC Milan announced today that Casper Stylsvig and James Murray have respectively accepted to join the club as its Chief Revenue Officer ("CRO") and Chief of Staff to the CEO. They both will officially begin their duties on March 1st 2019.

Casper Stylsvig joins AC Milan after holding senior posts at Fulham FC, as a Chief Revenue Officer, Manchester United, as Head of Sales and Global Sponsorship, and FC Barcelona, where he was Business Development Manager. Casper’s appointment is in line with the CEO’s strategic aim to drive sales and increase revenue through all of AC Milan’s commercial divisions.

James Murray joins AC Milan following a 5-year career as a Head of Business Strategy at Arsenal FC and, formerly, at Accenture. James will help to develop and drive all strategic objectives of the club as it moves into a new era.

Both James and Casper will report directly to AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis strengthening the current team of managers.

Ivan Gazidis, AC Milan CEO stated: 'On behalf of the Board and the entire AC Milan community, I welcome James and Casper to the club. They both are outstanding leaders with high-level skills and deep knowledge of football environment. Together with our existing team, they will help drive the club forward, with the excellence and passion that this great club deserves'".

 



 

 

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