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Chairman Daryl Mitchell updates members on Chief Executive role.
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Professional Cricketers’ Association Chief Executive David Leatherdale has informed the PCA Board of his intention to step down from his role this year.
PCA Chairman, Daryl Mitchell, said:
“David recently informed the PCA Board of his intention to step down from his role as Chief Executive. David’s skill, dedication and determination over the last three years has been instrumental in championing the best interests of all PCA members during a time of immense change in the professional game. We are immensely grateful.
“David will continue in his role until a successor is appointed and has made it clear he wishes to conclude the negotiations surrounding the County Partnership Agreement and the Team England and PCA-ECB MOU contracts which will ensure playing professional cricket from 2020 onwards is the most rewarding career it has ever been.
“The Board is grateful to David for his commitment to complete these negotiations which will see every current member of the PCA materially better off.
“The PCA Board has already commenced the search for David’s successor.”