Bolton looks to change rules after Najsarek 'disappointment'

By Mark Whitehead | 04 July 2016

Bolton MBC is expected to change the terms of appointment for top jobs in the wake of its former chief executive quitting the post.

Paul Najsarek was given a £90,000 payoff after five months in the job when it was revealed he had no intention of moving up north.

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