New recruit will work closely with PFA CEO Maheta Molango
The Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) has launched the recruitment process for a head of legal.
The PFA said the head of legal will act as the association’s “lead legal executive” with responsibility for supporting all of the organisation’s legal issues.
The head of legal will work closely with the PFA’s chief executive officer Maheta Molango, who was previously a lawyer at Baker Mckenzie in Madrid and legal counsel at Atletico Madrid.
The role will involve overseeing the “transformation of the PFA’s legal services to its members”, the PFA said.