Scott Munn appointed as Tottenham’s chief football officer


Scott Munn has been appointed as the chief football officer at Tottenham Hotspur, following an ongoing review of all footballing activities. As a former City Football Group executive with a wealth of experience in sporting organizations, Munn is poised to instil his best practices on and off the pitch at Tottenham. Chairman Daniel Levy is confident in Munn’s ability to take responsibility for the leadership and management of the club’s football activities.

While the search for a manager continues, interim boss Cristian Stellini is in charge of the first team’s Premier League bid for a top-four finish in the wake of Antonio Conte’s departure. Off the pitch, managing director of football Fabio Paratici has taken an immediate leave of absence following a two-and-a-half-year ban from the game. Spurs seek clarification from FIFA as to whether the ban extends worldwide.

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