Galaxy has announced that general manager Dennis te Kloese will leave the club and become CEO of the Dutch club Feyenoord.
“I would like to thank Dennis for contributing to the club over the last three seasons,” Galaxy President Chris Klein said in a statement. “We support his decision to return to the Netherlands to join Feyenoord and hope he will do his best in his next effort.”
Te Kloese joined the Galaxy in December 2018. Previously, he was the director of the Mexican Football Federation national team. With the move to Feyenoord, Klose returns to the Dutch roots where he was born.
“We are truly grateful to have been able to serve LA Galaxy over the last three years,” said te Kloese. “I would like to thank my fans, players, staff, and everyone who has always made me, and my family for making me feel at home and part of the Galaxy family.
“I bring some wonderful memories, and I have experienced some unforgettable moments over the last few years. While preparing for a new challenge in the Netherlands, I just We thank you and wish you good luck and great success. ”
The Galaxy didn’t say whether to hire to fill the position. One way the club can go is for coach Greg Vanney to take on the role of GM. He held the title of Assistant GM while coaching Toronto FC.
With the departure of te Kloese, Jovan Kirovski (Technical Director) and Gordon Kljestan (Senior Director of Soccer Operations) will remain in Galaxy’s Soccer Operations Division.
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