League Two Bolton Wanderers have announced that former Hibs chief executive Scott Lindsay will become their new chief financial officer.
It’s one of two new appointments at Bolton Wanderers, who have also confirmed the appointment of Chris Markham as the club’s technical performance director. He was previously at Huddersfield Town.
Lindsay was a Hibs director between 2002- 2005. He was then named as Easter Road chief executive for two years in 2008 and returned to the role for six months in 2012. The former Hibs CEO was most recently an executive director at The Law Society of Scotland.
Speaking of his new appointment at Bolton Wanderers, he said “I’m delighted to have been invited to join Bolton Wanderers Football Club at such an important time. The potential at this club is clear for all to see and I hope to play a part in helping to deliver an exciting future.
“I’m grateful to Sharon and the Board for the opportunity to join them, along with everyone who cares about this great club, on the next stage of the journey.”
Bolton chairman Sharon Brittan added: “We are thrilled to welcome Scott on board. He brings to Bolton Wanderers a wealth of experience acquired from senior roles within Scottish football as well as an astute understanding of how a football club plays a crucial role within the community it serves.
“Scott’s vision aligns with our One Club, One Community, One Town ethos and I am excited that he will be part of our journey.”
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