The Premier League has added barrister Matthew Ryder to its board as an independent non-executive director after clubs unanimously voted in favour of his appointment.
Ryder will begin his new role next week and will join the league's five-person board, which also comprises chair Alison Brittain and chief executive Richard Masters, alongside independent non-executive directors Mai Fyfield, a former media executive, and venture capitalist Dharmash Mistry.
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