Fleetwood Town chief Steve Curwood retains place on EFL board and club launches new away kit

Fleetwood Town chief executive Steve Curwood has retained his place on the EFL Board following a vote among clubs.

Friday, 16th July 2021, 8:00 am

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The Board includes six club representatives – three from the Championship, two from League One and one from League Two – voted for by the clubs in their respective divisions.

Curwood and Burton Albion director Jez Moxey have kept their places as League One’s representatives as has Carlisle United’s John Nixon for League Two.

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James Hill models the new Fleetwood Town away shirt launched on Thursday Picture: FLEETWOOD TOWN FC

The Championship has three new representatives in Neil Bausor (Middlesbrough), Nicholas Randall (Nottingham Forest) and Peter Ridsdale (Preston Northe End).

The Board of 10 also includes EFL chair Rick Parry, who said: “There remain some big challenges ahead, particularly as we await the outcome of the Fan Led Review, seek fairer financial distribution across the pyramid and reopen our stadiums to supporters at the start of the domestic season, but I have no doubt that their understanding of the key issues and their knowledge of the footballing landscape will prove invaluable for the EFL at this time.”

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