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Red Bulls name a new boss
May 29th, 2008 6:45AM
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[MLS] New York Red Bulls coach Juan Carlos Osorio and Sporting Director Jeff Agoos will now be reporting to Erik Stover, who has been named the club's managing director. Stover replaces Marc de Grandpre, who resigned on April 9.

Stover joined Red Bull New York on March 1 as vice president, operations and general manager of Red Bull Park. He previously served as the general manager of Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego since 2005.

Prior to working for Qualcomm Stadium, Stover spent nine years with the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority, with which his positions included assistant vice president of stadium operations of Giants Stadium.



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