BusinessPeople In BusinessCity’s Mackintosh could transfer to Liverpool

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
Daily
Telegraph
.

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
financial controller.

Parry joined Arthur Young McClelland Moores in Liverpool as a trainee
chartered accountant in 1976. He left Ernst & Young in 1991 to join
Liverpool.

Further reading:

Profile: Manchester City CEO
Alistair Mackintosh

More
about Parry’s background

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