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Marián Mouriño Emerges As First Female President Of RC Celta Vigo In Its Hundred Year History As Luis Campos Part Ways With Club

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

The sporting director of Celta Vigo Luis Campos has decided to leave the club before the end of 2023 having alternated between two roles: that of football advisor at Paris Saint-Germain and external sports director in Galicia over the past 12 months as the club attains a new level of management following the appointment of Marián Mouriño as the president of RC Celta, becoming the first woman to assume the highest position of the Galician club in its hundred-year history .

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The official appointment of Marián Mouriño as the head of Celta Vigo was the main item on the agenda of this first meeting of the new Celeste entity’s governing body. Now that the club’s executive leadership has changed, a new era has begun. The board of directors wants to build on the club’s identity and history, prioritize football, foster relationships with Celta supporters, and maintain a strong financial position.

The Council that has accompanied Carlos Mouriño for 17 years is leaving the club as it begins this exciting and promising new era. A legacy rich in knowledge, accomplishments, and victories leaves a lasting impression on Celta’s history and will be a source of inspiration for the incoming leadership.


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Carlos Mouriño Atanes, who has been president of RC Celta since 2006, ends his illustrious and protracted leadership of the Celeste organization. For seventeen years, RC Celta experienced an unmatched metamorphosis, a growth and professionalization process that saw the club reach numerous historical milestones.

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The sporting director of Celta Vigo Luis Campos has decided to leave the club before the end of 2023 having alternated between two roles: that of football advisor at Paris Saint-Germain and external sports director in Galicia over the past 12 months.

Celta has thanked him for his work in Vigo and has decided to let him go from his position there so he can concentrate entirely on his responsibilities in Paris.

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Celta confirmed that Campos’ departure would not affect their immediate plans including any potential January transfers as part of a larger statement on the player’s departure.

As part of a reorganized position, the team will now seek to hire a new Director of Football as communicated via Celta Noticias with a full-time contract instead of Campos’ job-sharing arrangement.

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