City's Mackintosh could transfer to Liverpool
City's chief exec could move to Liverpool, in a deal that would see two of the top accountants in football take part in a transfer tussle
Two of the most senior accountants in football could take part in a one of
the summer’s biggest transfer stories.
Liverpool co-owner Tom Hicks has reportedly approached Manchester City chief
executive Alistair Mackintosh about replacing his counterpart at Anfield, Rick
Parry, reports the
Question marks have been placed over the future of Mackintosh at City, after
owner Thaksin Shinawatra appointed an executive chairman this week.
Mackintosh, profiled in
Accountancy Age in
2006, is a former Price Waterhouse trainee who joined City as
Parry joined Arthur Young McClelland Moores in Liverpool as a trainee
chartered accountant in 1976. He left Ernst & Young in 1991 to join