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Bullock moves to Advisor role

Bullock moves to Advisor role

Kick4Life's Director of Football Chris Bullock will leave his role at the end of June to pursue further opportunities in the football industry in Lesotho and Africa.

He will stay involved with Kick4Life as an Advisor.
During seven years in his current role, Bullock has overseen the promotion of Kick4Life men's team to the Lesotho Premier League where the club has been since 2014. He was also integral in setting up Kick4Life women's team who picked up the club's first major trophy in 2018 with the Super League Cup.
Kick4Life Co-founder Steve Fleming said: "Chris has lived and breathed Kick4Life for the last decade and he has done so much to further the development of football in Lesotho, as well as helping to transform lives through the club's health and education programmes. We wish him well in his further endeavours and are delighted to still have him involved as an Advisor for the organisation."
Bullock said: "It has been the most incredible seven years with Kick4Life. To be able to contribute towards the life changing work Kick4Life does with Basotho while contributing to being successful on the field with all of our teams has been an experience I’ll always be grateful for. I have been able to see first hand how Kick4Life uses football to change the lives of youth and women in Lesotho through football while at the same time changing my own life and opening new opportunities for me that are possible because of my experience with Kick4Life. I’m excited to continue supporting the progress of Kick4Life through the exciting plans they have to continue to change the lives of Basotho."
Fleming added: "I'd like to thank Chris for the tremendous contribution he has made to Kick4Life and look forward to working together in this new capacity."


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