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Wanderers set to hire new Chief Executive

Bolton seem to have found the replacement for Andrew Gartside

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As published in The Sun this morning, Bolton Wanderers look to have found their new CEO to replace Andrew Gartside - former Burnley Chief Exec, Neil Hart.

A snippet from Alan Nixon states:

“Meanwhile Bolton are bringing in former Burnley supremo Neil Hart as chief executive.

He will succeed Andrew Gartside and try to help owner Sharon Brittan sort out their financial issues.”

Hart left Burnley in March having been in the role of CEO for 12 months. Before that, he spent six years at Turf Moor as CEO of Burnley FC in the Community.

Upon his decision to leave Burnley back in March, Hart received praise from Clarets boss Sean Dyche:

“Neil is a good operator simple as that. I wish him well beyond this challenge he has had here and it has been a challenge that is for sure. His tenure as CEO has not been the norm, there has been a lot going on. I think he has handled himself very, very well and we wish him well beyond this.”