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Ron Gourlay

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Preceded by  Peter Kenyon
Name  Ron Gourlay
Occupation  Businessman

Nationality  British
Succeeded by  Marina Granovskaia
Role  Executive
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Similar  Ted Drake, Roberto Di Matteo, Ray Wilkins, Avram Grant, Glenn Hoddle

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Ron Gourlay is the Chief Executive of Reading Football Club. He took the position on 10 July 2017. Before taking the role, he was Chief Executive of Chelsea.

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Chelsea FC

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Ron Gourlay has worked at Chelsea since 2004, having previously worked for Manchester United and Umbro. He was appointed the chief executive of Chelsea on 17 September 2009, following Peter Kenyon's decision to leave the club on 31 October 2009.

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He was quoted as saying: "It is a huge honour to be offered the chance to lead Chelsea". "We have a fantastic team both on and off the field and those teams can move us on to even greater success in the future. To be responsible for that is a fantastic challenge and I will be giving it my total commitment, drive and energy" after being named as the successor.

Resignation

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He resigned October 22, 2014. Ron said: ‘It has been a privilege to have played a role in the club’s considerable achievements both on and off the pitch over the last 10 years, but I feel the time is right to move on to other challenges. I would like to thank Mr Abramovich, the directors, the manager and players and all the staff for their support during my time at the club, and wish them much continued success in the future.’

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