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Mar 02, 2022   |  3:16PM AET

Hudson elevated to General Manager role

Hudson elevated to General Manager role

The Western Sydney Wanderers today announced that current Head of Commercial, Scott Hudson has been elevated to the role of General Manager.

Hudson will lead the transition process during the next few months in preparation for the departure of current Chief Executive Officer, John Tsatsimas, at the end of the current season.

A formal announcement regarding the new Chief Executive Officer will be made at the conclusion of the current A-Leagues season.

Hudson, born and raised in Kings Langley in Sydney’s west has spent a career in sports administration leading commercial teams across codes and driving industry leading revenue outcomes.

In his ninth season with the Red & Black, Hudson has made a significant contribution to the growth of the club including launching the Wanderers Foundation in 2020, the development of the Wanderers Football Park, and built an impressive partnership portfolio of global brands for the club.

Wanderers Chairman, Paul Lederer said he was proud to give the opportunity for the transition of the club to one of its brightest stars.

“Scott has strong commercial acumen and is a young and energetic leader who knows this club inside-and-out,” said Mr Lederer.

“He is proudly passionate about Western Sydney and I look forward to working with him closely to set the course for the next stage in this club’s growth.”

Hudson was proud to be given the opportunity to lead the club through its next transition.

“I am extremely passionate about the Western Sydney region, this club and what it stands for, and I look forward to playing a bigger part in its future,” said Hudson.

“What we have built off the field is remarkable in such a short space of time, and the job of the whole group now is to realise our potential on the field.

“I look forward to working with our board and staff, the members and fans, our partners and the Western Sydney business community to achieve the high ambitions we have, not only as a club, but as a region.”