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Lawwell joins board of SFA

The Professional Game Board has nominated Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell as their representative on the main board of the Scottish Football Association.

Last Updated: 03/09/13 at 17:10 Post Comment

Peter Lawwell: Joining the SFA board

Peter Lawwell: Joining the SFA board

Lawwell joins the four SFA office bearers, chief executive Stewart Regan, president Campbell Ogilvie, vice-president Alan McRae, and second vice-president Rod Petrie, on the board along with Barrie Jackson, the independent non-executive director.

Lawwell said: "Clearly I am pleased to accept this nomination. Whilst there are certain challenges facing the game in Scotland, there is also a great deal to be positive about and much to look forward to.

"We must build on these positives and along with other Board members I look forward to playing my part in working to improve and develop various aspects of the game, for the benefit of Scottish football as a whole".

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