Minnesota United reportedly hire Khaled El-Ahmad as new GM

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Minnesota United has hired Khaled El-Ahmad as its new general manager, according to the Athletic.

El-Ahmad has been at Barnsley, a club in England’s League One since September 2021. He has also worked for City Football Group.

The Swedish-born El-Ahmad was candidate for the head of football at Swedish club Hammarby, according to Yahoo.

MNUFC generated an internal list of candidates for its new GM, likely to be titled Chief Soccer Office, after letting go of Adrian Heath and Mark Watson in early October. CEO Shari Ballard said last week she was pleased with the candidates.

The new CSO will, in turn, hire the Loons next head coach.

This story will be updated.

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