Foot – LFP – LFP: surveyed for the presidency, Sébastien Bazin (ex-PSG) refused


The former president of PSG has been surveyed to succeed Nathalie Boy de la Tour at the head of the League. He declined. The announcement the departure of Nathalie Boy from the Tour of the Presidency of the Professional Football League at the end of his term in September officially launched the campaign to his succession. Club presidents, including Nasser al-Khelaïfi, Jean-Michel Aulas and Bernard Caïazzo, are considering the best candidate. The name of Michel Denisot, who has the support of Noël Le Graët, the president of the Federation, was mentioned, as was that of Cyril Linette, former sports director of the group Canal + and general manager of The team, or those of Michel Seydoux and Gervais Martel, respectively ex-president of Lille and Lens. Michel Denisot, who knows the difficulty of the task, is currently consulting to find out what his real chances are of being the lucky one. A more surprising CV was also mentioned: that of Sébastien Bazin, the boss of the Accor group, former president of PSG and football fan. But he declined. For the post of director general, some leaders have thought of Victoriano Melero, the secretary general of PSG. But the latter would not be interested in the job and Al-Khelaïfi, his boss, does not plan to part with it.


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