Posted on July 14, 2012
CONCACAF announced on Saturday that Ted Howard will return to his previous position as deputy general secretary, following Friday’s appointment of Enrique Sanz as general secretary.
Howard was installed as acting general secretary on Jan. 2, replacing Chuck Blazer, who resigned after 21 years in the the role. Sanz’s appointment takes effect starting July 25.
“I am thankful for Ted’s efforts over the last eight months,” CONCACAF president Jeffrey Webb said in a statement. “His experience will be critical as move forward with the work of reforming CONCACAF.”
Howard was executive director of the original North American Soccer League from 1971 until it folded in 1984, director of marketing for Ohlmeyer Communications for three years and director and group manager of NBA Marketing from 1988 until he joined CONCACAF in 1988.
Photo: Ted Howard will return to his role as CONCACAF deputy general secretary in light of Enrique Sanz taking over as general secretary. Andy Mead/YCJ
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