Pieter de Waard, since 2006 managing director of Telstar, should on may 27 to participate in the election of a new chairman for the BOARD. The 58-year-old driver has sufficient statements of support for them.
The football association wore himself early this month after a unanimous recommendation of a special selection committee Just Spee for as a candidate to be Michael van Praag to follow. The current KNVB-chairman, who is working on his third and last term, in december to resign.
The Worth had ten statements of support needed for running. On the 27th of may, sixty bondsafgevaardigden (thirty from amateur and thirty from professional football) to vote for a new KNVB-chairman.
“I have sixteen clubs visited and the crop was twelve signatures,” says De Waard. “Including that of Telstar, but that was a piece of cake. That if I convert.” The twelve statements of support for The Worth all come from the paid football.
“I do this competition in the full conviction that I can win. But that will be on the 27th of may to be seen,” said The Innkeeper, who Spee a “formidable candidate”. “The KNVB-chairman will, in any case, a ‘royal’ background. Spee was treasurer at the Koninklijke HFC and my sons play football there.”
Michael of Prague since August 2008 chairman of the KNVB. ()
The Worth wants to advocate for smaller clubs
The host announced in march that he will be the new chairman of the KNVB wants to be. He wants to be in that role especially standing up for the smaller clubs. “The top, Ajax and PSV in particular, gets better and better. For that establishment in the last few years well enough taken care of. Now the other clubs on the turn, ‘ he told the Volkskrant.
The KNVB put in February a vacancy for the position of chairman. Seventy candidates applied for admission and the selection committee chose Spee as the best option.
He worked as a member of the supervisory board of the Eredivisie Media & Marketing for many years, together with the KNVB and was also director at Endemol and Stage entertainment, UNICEF the Netherlands and the OLVG.