Orlando City and General Manager Paul McDonough To Mutually Part Ways

By  //  December 9, 2015

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Orlando City SC and Paul McDonough have agreed to part company by mutual consent. McDonough will formally leave the Club following a brief transition period, during which time he will assist with the 2015 Re-Entry Draft and other player-related activities. (Orlando City Image)

ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Orlando City SC and Paul McDonough have agreed to part company by mutual consent. McDonough will formally leave the Club following a brief transition period, during which time he will assist with the 2015 Re-Entry Draft and other player-related activities.

McDonough, who has been the Club’s General Manager since joining the Lions in 2014, departs on amicable terms to seek new opportunities.

“I am sorry to see Paul leave us but fully understand his wishes to further his career within the game,” said Orlando City President and Founder Phil Rawlins.

“Paul has been with us for two years and has done a great job in helping the Club build a very competitive MLS roster in our first year. I want to take this opportunity to thank him for all his hard work on our behalf, and to wish Paul well with his future career.”

Following his departure, McDonough’s areas of responsibility, including recruitment, liaising with the leagues regarding player transactions and related duties, will be absorbed by the technical staff under the direction of Chief Soccer Officer Armando Carneiro.

“We are confident we have the proper technical team in place under Armando’s direction and expertise, and we look forward to a successful 2016 season across all three teams – Orlando City, Orlando Pride and Orlando City B,” concluded Rawlins.

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