David Bottomley leaves Rochdale AFC by "mutual consent"
Date published: 28 June 2021
David Bottomley has left Rochdale AFC
Rochdale AFC chief executive, David Bottomley, has left his position at the club.
The club announced that Mr Bottomley's departure had been agreed "by mutual consent" in a brief statement released today (Monday 28 June).
Mr Bottomley’s exit from the club follows his removal as a director along with Graham Rawlinson, which was voted for earlier this month at an EGM.
It is understood that of the votes cast, 60% of the votes were in favour of removing Mr Bottomley and 53% were in favour of removing Mr Rawlinson.
Mr Bottomley had been a director of Rochdale AFC since June 2015 and was appointed as the club chief executive in December 2018.
A spokesperson for Rochdale said: “The club thanks David for his contribution and wishes him well for the future.”
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