PATRICK BOIVIN IS NO LONGER PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE MONTREAL ALOUETTES

PATRICK BOIVIN IS NO LONGER PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE MONTREAL ALOUETTES

MONTREAL (January 3, 2020) -- The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced today that Patrick Boivin is no longer the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Montreal Alouettes. The CFL thanks Mr. Boivin for his contribution and wishes him every success in his future endeavours. David Goldstein, the league’s Chief Operating Officer, will serve the club in this role on an interim basis until a new President and CEO is put in place in Montreal. The CFL has been operating the Alouettes franchise during a process to identify and put in place new ownership.

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Olivier Poulin Director, Communications and Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
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