sport news Long-serving Premier League No 2 Bill Bush 'set to leave after 15 years'

Long-serving Premier League No 2 Bill Bush, who played a prominent role in Project Restart after the coronavirus lockdown and Newcastle's failed Saudi takeover, 'set to leave after 15 years' Long-standing Premier League No 2 Bill Bush is set to leave the organisation  Bush as operated as the connection between league chiefs and the government  It is also believed Bush played a key role in the failed Saudi Newcastle takeover  The Athletic have reported the departure is part of an overhaul at the league 

By Daniel Davis For Mailonline

Published: 17:54 BST, 11 September 2020 | Updated: 17:54 BST, 11 September 2020

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The Premier League's long-serving No 2 Bill Bush is reportedly set to leave the organisation after 15 years.

Richard Scudamore's departure from his role as executive chairman in November 2018 has heralded a period of upheaval among key figures, and Bush is now set to be the latest to step away.

The Athletic have claimed that Bush is not expected to leave imminently, but top flight clubs have been informed and the process of sourcing his replacement is already underway.  

The Premier League's long-serving No 2 Bill Bush is reportedly set to leave the organisation

The Premier League's long-serving No 2 Bill Bush is reportedly set to leave the organisation

Richard Scuadmore's departure as executive chairman has seen changes among top figures

Richard Scuadmore's departure as executive chairman has seen changes among top figures

Bush became part of the Premier League's

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