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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.
"I wouldn't expect there to be a need for a major retooling of the squad, we have fantastic depth," vice chairman Ed Woodward said on a conference call with investors. "We are very comfortable with the makeup of the team and the squad. ... We could put two first teams out with 11 internationals."