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Didier Quillot set to be pushed out as LFP CEO

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L’Équipe report that current LFP CEO Didier Quillot is set to be pushed out of his current position in the next round of elections to the governing body of French professional football.

On Thursday, LFP members will decide who the successor of LFP President Nathalie Boy de la Tour, who has decided to step down. LFP members will have to think about who de la Tour’s successor should be,

PSG President Nasser Al Khelaifi and Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas are ardently against Quillot staying on. If Michel Denisot is elected to replace de la Tour, he has no desire to work with Quillot.

Speaking to the newspaper, Quillot set out his stall:

“I am not, and I do not wish to be a subject matter in this election. Whatever his result on Thursday, I will not be an obstacle to the unity of French professional football. I am not a man of division and I leave everyone free to judge my record.”

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