Ashot Khachaturyants, who has resigned as RPL president, said he had come before the Russian Football Federation with statements about leaving the RFU executive committee and about leaving the post of head of the commission of expert judges under the president of the union. .
Ashot Khachaturyants (Photo: RPL Press Service)
Ashot Khachaturyants, who announced his resignation as president of the Russian Premier League (RPL), announced that he would leave all positions in the Russian Football Union (RFU).
“Today, I also submitted an application to the Russian Football Union to leave the RFU executive committee and leave the post of head of the commission of expert judges under the RFU president,” Chempionat quotes Khachaturyants.
The resigned head of the RPL listed the achievements in seven months of work
On the evening of June 27, Khachaturyants resigned from the post of chairman of the RPL. He recommended appointing Alexander Alaev, general secretary of the RFU and president of the National Football League (FNL), in his place. “New challenges await the League and its new leader, while I hope that if Alexander Alexandrovich’s candidacy is approved, it will continue the course towards RPL reforms and the creation of a high-quality and competitive product,” Khachaturyants said.
Ashot Khachaturyants was elected president of the RPL in November last year. Former league leader Sergei Pryadkin announced his resignation on October 5 at the RPL general assembly, at the same time Khachaturyants was appointed interim president, who later claimed that all 16 clubs supported his candidacy. Before his appointment as acting head of the RPL, Khachaturyants headed the arbitration committee of the RFU. Khachaturyants remains the head of the Expert Referees Commission (ESC) under the RFU chairman, and is also a member of the RFU executive committee.
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