MONTREAL (AP) — Montreal Impact operator Joey Saputo is turning around the task of president of the MLS club to Kevin Gilmore.
Gilmore has labored as an executive with the Montreal Canadiens, Los Angeles Kings and the Walt Disney Business.
Most just lately, the Quebecer was a expert in the sporting activities, media and leisure industries throughout North America. He also was on the administrative council of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and the Canadian Olympic Committee.
Saputo had been group president considering that founding the Impact in 1993. The group jumped to MLS in 2012.
Saputo reported in a statement Tuesday the Impact should enhance their “level of professionalism and efficiency, and previously mentioned all, be all set for the main transformations that are fast sweeping our sport.”
The Impact commenced coaching camp Tuesday in Florida.