Dr McNally stepping down at United
Steve McNally is to step down as Manchester United’s club doctor after 16 years to take up a new role at PGMOL, the body responsible for match officials in English professional football.
McNally will leave his position as head of football medicine & science at the end of January to become performance support director for PGMOL.
He joined United in 2006 and worked with Sir Alex Ferguson for seven seasons, during which the club won the Champions League, the Club World Cup and five Premier League titles. Following Sir Alex’s retirement, McNally stayed on to work successfully with five further permanent managers, including, most recently, Erik ten Hag.
Under his leadership, the club has been at the forefront of innovation in sports medicine and science, with some of the best capabilities and facilities in elite football.