Notts County have appointed a new Chief Executive Officer, it was reveaed today.
The new CEO has been named as 43-year-old Jason Turner.
Turner has experience in the sport, having held football administration roles with Cardiff City as Club Secretary, Plymouth Argyle as General Manager and most recently Newport County as Chief Executive Officer.
He'll be in charge of overseeing the day-to-day running of the Club and begins on April 4.
Former CEO Julian Winter resigned earlier this month.
"The number one priority has to be to get some stability and move the Club back up the table and into League One as soon as possible. That's the shared vision of everyone here and, in my opinion, everybody has their part to play.”
The former Swindon manager has been announced as the new manager of Notts County until the end of the season.Read the full story ›
The decision was made after a run of seven games without a victory and the "danger of the club being sucked into a relegation battle".Read the full story ›
Notts County have signed England international Rachel Yankey on loan from Arsenal Ladies, the club announced today.Read the full story ›
Julian Winter has resigned from his position as Chief Executive of Notts County Football Club.Read the full story ›
The search to find a buyer for Notts County football club starts today. It follows the resignation of owner and Chairman Ray Trew.
He said he took the decision after his family was subjected to foul abuse by some supporters.
A potential buyer is already being lined up to buy Notts County football club, ITV News Central understands.
Current chairman Ray Trew announced his decision to put the club up for sale earlier this morning, citing the abuse his family had received as his reason for resigning.
Notts County FC has gone up for sale after chairman Ray Trew announced his resignation.Read the full story ›
Notts County FC has gone up for sale after chairman Ray Trew announced his resignation.
He has written an open letter to fans.
More to follow...
Notts County legends Jimmy Sirrell and Jack Wheeler will become the city's latest sporting heroes to have trams named after them.Read the full story ›