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Topic - David Gill
Manchester United will attempt to make a smooth transition when Alex Ferguson leaves the dugout for the last time this month, with David Moyes expected to take over the managerial reins.
Manchester United chief executive David Gill said Wednesday he is to step down in June after a decade at the helm of one of the world's most valuable sporting clubs.
His move will deprive long-time manager Alex Ferguson of one of his closest confidants at the soccer club, taken over in 2005 by the Glazer family that also own the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Illinois Republican leaders have chosen a November ballot replacement for longtime Republican Rep. Timothy V. Johnson after he abruptly announced his retirement last month.
Manchester United chief executive David Gill dismissed critics of the Glazer family on Tuesday and insisted that the Premier League club isn't negatively affected by debts of more than 500 million pounds ($812 million).
Manchester United chief executive David Gill has defended the club's American owners at a British parliamentary inquiry into English soccer.
Wayne Rooney blamed Manchester United's failure to spend enough on strengthening its squad for his decision to refuse to sign a new contract with the 18-time English champions.
"In our two most successful eras _ with Sir Matt Busby (1945-1969) and then Sir Alex _ we had managers there who sort of got involved with the whole aspects of the club, whether it be from the youth team aspects, obviously up to the first team, all the aspects of it," Gill said.
"And that degree of loyalty ... is crucial to the success of Manchester United."