Pete is replaced by Ogilvie

9th June, 2011 | Posted by Football Info

Campbell Ogilvie became the new head of the Scottish Football Association (SFA). The experienced 60-year-old football administrator replaced George Pete, who has held the presidency for four years.
Ogilvie works in Scottish football for more than three decades. Over the 27 years he served as secretary and director of the Rangers, and in 2005 he was appointed executive director of Heart of Midlothian FC. In parallel, Ogilvy worked in various divisions of UEFA, and in 2007 became the first vice-president of SFA.
“To serve the association as president is an honor and I accept responsibility that lays on me, – said Ogilvie. – I would also like to thank the outgoing presidency of George Pete for the contributions he made common cause in the 14 years of office work and 4 years as head of the federation. In particular, I would like to mention his participation in the creation of the Report of Scottish football from Henry McLeish. This will be his legacy.
“I am proud that I leave the presidency of the Football Association of Scotland on a positive note. I ordered Report on the state of Scottish football as it was increasingly clear that our economy needs to be modernized. Today, our members have shown agreement with the selected rate and willingness to work for a brighter future of Scottish football,” – said Pete.

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