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Full name  Julian Winter
1984–1989  Huddersfield Town
Name  Julian Winter

Playing position  Defender
Role  Footballer
Years  Team
Position  Defender
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Date of birth  (1965-09-06) 6 September 1965 (age 50)

Place of birth  Huddersfield, England

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Julian Winter (born 6 September 1965) is a former baller and football administrator. Born in Huddersfield he played as a defender for his home-town club Huddersfield Town and Scunthorpe United, as well as being on the books of Sheffield United. Since retiring from playing Winter has acted as an executive for Grimsby Town, Watford and Sheffield United on two occasions.

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Playing career

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Winter is a former professional footballer, who played for Huddersfield Town, Scunthorpe United and his current employers Sheffield United. Winter was signed for United by Dave Bassett for the 1989-90 season, but he sustained career-ending ligament damage just a week before the season started. After 10 operations in four years, he finally retired from the game.

Football Administration

After his retirement, Winter graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a degree and returned to football, working for Grimsby Town before moving to Watford and serving as community director and then deputy C.E.O.

In December 2008, Winter was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Watford following the resignation of Mark Ashton. He subsequently left his post in June 2011 and joined Sheffield United the following September as Chief Executive. After a year in the post Winter left the Blades in September 2012, only to return to the role less than a year later. After new owners purchased 50 percent of United, Winter left his post for the second time in December 2013.

References

Julian Winter Wikipedia


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