Sean McDaniel resigns from Chattanooga FC & NPSL

Today the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) released the following statement in collaboration with Chattanooga Football Club (CFC):

From the NPSL:

“The NPSL has accepted the resignation of Executive Board Member Sean McDaniel, who was part of the board due to his position as General Manager of Chattanooga Football Club. Today we reiterate our unwavering commitment to Chattanooga FC along with its supporters, the city, and the entire region. Chattanooga FC, a flagship organization in the NPSL since 2009, broke the attendance record for U.S. amateur soccer with a crowd of 18,227 at the 2015 NPSL National Championship. This is a community-centric organization that is the envy of soccer clubs around the country and one that should serve as a model for clubs today and in the future.”

From CFC:

“We regret to announce that Sean McDaniel has resigned as the club’s General Manager. In addition, we understand that an investor from Utah has purchased the rights to the Chattanooga area in USL D3. This bid is in no way associated with Chattanooga FC. Our commitment remains to our community, our fans, and the city we love. Chattanooga FC is fully committed to the NPSL and its mission, values, and future projects. We will continue to work with the NPSL to grow the game, encourage strong supporter culture, and engage in communities nationwide.”

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