CF Montreal’s CEO Kevin Gilmore resigns with immediate effect


CF Montreal president and CEO Kevin Gilmore has resigned from his role at the club with immediate effect.

The team announced that Gilmore had dropped out of the role after just over three seasons with the Canadian Major League Soccer side.

He first came in 2019 and supervised the employment of sports director Olivier Renard and former head coach Thierry Henry, who left the club before the 2021 season to get closer to his family.

Gilmore also oversaw the club’s controversial rebrand from Montreal Impact to Club de Foot Montreal.

His 2020 and 2021 seasons with the club were not easy after the Covid-19 pandemic forced Montreal to play the majority of their “home” matches in the United States.

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Last year, the Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey hosted the Canadian side, while early 2021 saw them share the stage with Inter Miami at the DRV PNK Stadium, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Montreal has since been able to return to its home arena after Canada eased international border restrictions.

“The last 18 months have been very challenging on both the pandemic front and the club front, and very difficult on a personal level for me and my family,” Gilmore said in a club statement.

“Ultimately, these cumulative factors led to my decision to leave the organization. I am grateful for my time with CF Montréal and thank the owners, the board and the team for the opportunity to work with them.”

The team is currently in 10th place in the Eastern Conference table and will end the Major League Soccer season 2021 on November 7 against Orlando City after failing to qualify for the playoffs.

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