Burton Albion non-executive director Jez Moxey has been appointed to the EFL board ahead of the 2019-20 season. He is one of two League One representatives on the board, alongside Fleetwood Town’s Steven Curwood. Moxey was a Championship representative during the 2017-18 campaign, having joined the Brewers in 2017. Derby County chief executive Stephen Pearce, Mark Ashton of Bristol City and Reading’s Nigel Howe are the Championship representatives, while Carlisle United’s director of external affairs John Nixon has been re-elected as the sole League Two representative. Read More All the latest Burton Albion news The club directors are each selected by the 24 teams in their respective divisions. They will be joined on the board by EFL interim executive chair Debbie Jevans and independent non-executive director Simon Bazalgette.
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