Gary Hoffman has quit, confirms Premier League!

    The Premier League management has confirmed that the present chairman of the tournament, Gary Hoffman will leave his post at the end of January. EPL thanked Hoffman for his committed service while disclosing the news of his departure which comes amid controversy formed by the 305 million dollars Newcastle takeover that was completed in October.

    Hoffman in this regard said that it has been a privilege to lead one of the greatest football leagues of the world, the Premier League through the last two seasons, even when the spirit of English football has been more essential than it ever was. At present, he has decided to be the right time for him to stand aside allowing new leadership to help steer the league via its next exciting phase.

    Gary Hoffman as the Chairman of Premier League

    Gary Hoffman gave his service as the chairman of the Premier League for 18 months, nearly 1.5 years. Sources from Sportsmail revealed that in October, Burnley owner Alan Pace expressed no confidence in the leadership of Hoffman at a meeting of emergency shareholders on October 19. The other Premier League clubs were also unhappy with the handling of this matter.

    Another meeting also took place in early November without the PL clubs demanding a vote of no confidence in the Chairman, eventually, he felt a lack of support from the majority of the sides. Sportsmail understands that in the Hoffman ensured details of the Newcastle transaction, there were some fury, and were kept confidential, following the competition rules.

    The departure of the Chairman

    Many people will be sad to see Gary Hoffman departing from his post with a relative enhancement, concerning both FA and EFL. His departure will lead to further instability in the tournament. Two candidates in this time turned down the chief executive job and another individual resigned before the eventual appointment of the incumbent Richard Masters, who was responsible for recruiting Gary Hoffman in July 2020.

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