Kidderminster Harriers name Neil Male new interim chief executive

Kidderminster Harriers have appointed Neil Male as the club’s new interim chief executive.

Harriers appoint chief exec
Harriers appoint chief exec

Male, who played professionally for Torquay United, is also chief executive of the Bromsgrove-based GMS security company.

Harriers owner Richard Lane, who appointed the 42-year-old, said: “We are pleased to welcome Neil Male to Kidderminster Harriers. With his proven business and leadership skills, enthusiasm for football and also being a well-rounded leader, he will add real energy and support.”

Male said: “The role of Chief Executive at Kidderminster Harriers is an exciting opportunity, and I am looking forward to meeting the challenges ahead. I feel extremely privileged to have been given the opportunity to support Richard leading such a fantastic football club with a great history.”

He has been unofficially supporting Richard and the CEO function since October when Lane led a consortium which completed a takeover of the club.

He took over from former owner Colin Gordon who had been in charge at Aggborough for four years.

Gordon was acting as a consultant to the owners following the takeover.

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