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📝 Julian Tagg elected to EFL Board

7 June 2024

Club News

📝 Julian Tagg elected to EFL Board

7 June 2024

EFL Statement

Lincoln City’s Liam Scully and Exeter City’s Julian Tagg have been elected to the EFL Board as the new League One representatives.

This follows the departures of Jez Moxey, who has left his position on the Board at Burton Albion, and Fleetwood Town’s Steven Curwood following the Club’s relegation from League One.

Scully is the Chief Executive at Lincoln City as well as serving as the Chair of the EFL Trust, whilst Tagg is the Club President and Director of External Affairs at Exeter City and has previously served on the EFL Board as an alternate Director.

In addition, Hull City Vice Chairman, Tan Kesler has joined the Board as a Championship representative, replacing former Millwall Chief Executive, Steve Kavanagh, who left his position last month.

Kesler joins Preston North End Director, Peter Ridsdale and Middlesbrough Chief Executive, Neil Bausor who have both been re-appointed to serve a further three-year term.

The League Two representative on the EFL Board remains Crewe Alexandra Chair, Charles Grant following his appointment in 2023, alongside Independent Non-Executive Directors, Caroline Artis and Justine Roberts CBE, CEO Trevor Birch and Chair, Rick Parry.


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