John Taylor, Nottingham Forest’s chief operating officer, has decided to quit the club.

In August 2017 Taylor started working for the club as the head of finances. He later rose to the position of finance director before accepting the position of chief operating officer in February 2022.

After 6.5 years, he said on LinkedIn that it was time for him to quit Nottingham Forest. It has been a privilege to work for the club where I grew up. It has been a complete frenzy and I will never forget it.

“With that in mind, I’m open to new opportunities, whether they’re temporary or long-term. I have extensive experience in the financial, operational, and commercial fields as well as being a qualified accountant and high-level executive. If you have any openings, whether they are in roles related to sports or not, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me.

John Taylor | LinkedIn
Following recent changes to the club’s board, Taylor left. Tom Cartledge was appointed chairman last week. Nicholas Randall KC, who is now a non-executive director on the board, was replaced by him.

In an open letter to fans, owner Evangelos Marinakis addressed the change in chairperson and expressed his appreciation to Nicholas Randall for his work as chairman before Tom’s arrival. Nick continues to serve on the board with us and will continue to help the club in a different but equally important capacity.

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