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Sheffield United has appointed Didier Tandy as a vice president to open up investment and development opportunities in China.

The main focus will be on Chengdu, home of Chengdu Blades – the Chinese football club acquired by Sheffield United earlier this year.

Tandy was formerly the managing director of the Scarborough Development Group – part of Sheffield United chair Kevin McCabe’s property and development group – and has more than 20 years’ experience in property development and investment trading.

McCabe said: “Tandy will bring substantial experience and knowledge to enhance our property investment strategy to generate long-term profits. He will play a key role in China working alongside football club chair Terry Robinson to develop our interests.” Details: www.sufc.co.uk

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Sheffield United has appointed Didier Tandy as a vice president to open up investment and development opportunities in China.
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