Following the news that Shaun Harvey will leave his position as CEO of the EFL at the end of the season, the Premier League would like to pay tribute to his excellent work leading the organisation since he joined in 2013.
Harvey, 48, has enjoyed a 25-year career in football, taking his role at the EFL after nine seasons as chief executive at Leeds United.
"During Shaun's tenure, the Premier League and the EFL have enjoyed an extremely strong relationship, working for the betterment of football in this country," said Premier League Interim Chief Executive Richard Masters. "Shaun has given a lot to the game and everyone at the Premier League wishes him continued success for the future."
Before his spell at Elland Road Harvey spent a decade at Bradford City, having started his career in football in 1992 as secretary of Scarborough.
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