Sportech names new FootballPools.com boss

July 25, 2008 by James Walker

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Sportech, the UK gaming group, has appointed Will Muirhead as managing director of its online football subsidiary, FootballPools.com.

Muirhead joins the business ahead of the official re-launch of The New Football Pools, which is planned to coincide with the start of the next football season in August.

He will be responsible for developing Sportech’s existing online football products, building new gaming products and acquiring content businesses to further the development of the online business.

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