Mark Aspden appointed NZ Football chairman

Last updated 13:52 02/09/2014

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New Zealand Football has appointed Mark Aspden as its new chairman.

Aspden, an NZF board member who served as interim chief executive last year, assumes the role until the annual congress in June next year when a new chairman will be elected.

Aspden replaces interim chairman Bill Moran, who held the role since February after the long-serving Frank van Hattum stepped aside in January.

Moran has guided NZF through a rules and statutes review which will be voted on at its congress later this month.

Moran will continue as chairman of next year's Fifa under-20 World Cup local organising committee.

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