This increasing professionalisation of SAFC is a joy to behold.
Owner takes a couple of years to get his feet under the table, ups the ante in the marketing and executive positions, brings on board a leading politico to maximise foreign contacts, utilises SNQ for what he is really good at - buttering up johnny foreigner to promote our 'brand identity' and finally settles himself into a more pro-active role in the club as chairman. Happy days.
Nice to see he is refusing to knee-jerk as well. Presumably any further changes in his staff will after a period of careful consideration too.
Light years away from the Murray era.