Chief marketing officer at Man City leaves post
October 14, 2010
David Pullan, the chief marketing officer of English Premier League side Manchester City, has left his role at the club after just 18 months in the role.
Pullan was appointed in March 2009 to help grow the club’s brand around the globe following the takeover by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Manchester City denied to comment on Pullan’s departure but did confirm the club was now looking for a replacement.
Chris Kay is still at the club as head of marketing, and is the leading internal candidate to replace Pullan.