Didier Quillot only candidate left in LFP chief executive race

Didier Quillot is the only candidate bidding to succeed Jean-Pierre Hugues as the chief executive of France's Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP).
The body, which runs the major professional football leagues in France, has been searching for a replacement for Hugues, who is retiring.
Former Paris Saint-Germain president Robin Leproux had been a front-runner before announcing on Monday that he would not apply for the role.
The LFP said that had left 56-year-old entrepreneur Quillot as the lone claimant…

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