The NRL has today revealed Todd Greenberg has been appointed Chief Executive Officer.
Chairman John Grant said Mr Greenberg ticks all of the right boxes for the position.
“While we’ve known all along that he is an outstanding sports administrator with a deep understanding and love of the game, his experience as the former CEO of the Bulldogs and Head of Football for the NRL, together with his professional values and credibility with our stakeholders, proved to the Commission that he was the man for the job.”
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Mr Greenberg said it was a privilege to be given the opportunity to lead the NRL but he understood the responsibilities which came with the role.
“My goal will be to unite the game at every level because, working together, there is no limit to the potential for Rugby League which can continue to thrive and grow,” he said.
“I have a genuine love of this game and I intend to continue to use my experience to build on the steps we have taken over the last two and a half years. We intend to deliver the best possible outcomes for fans, the clubs, the State leagues and the players.”
Mr Greenberg replaces Dave Smith, who resigned from the position in October last year.
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