- Steve Frosdick seriously unhappy with department’s direction
- Zeljko Pavlica, close friend of Ceferin, took charge last year
Serious concerns were raised about Uefa’s safety and security department earlier this year when an English safety expert with decades of experience quit his role as a consultant for European football’s governing body.
Steve Frosdick, originally a Metropolitan police officer, has dedicated his career to stadium safety in British and European football since the 1990s and has multiple advanced professional qualifications. He resigned from his Uefa consultancy in February, after 11 years in which he was employed to enhance its expertise, incident monitoring, and development and training programmes.
Written by Exclusive by David Conn
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2022/jun/07/uefa-safety-consultant-quit-expressed-concerns-february-steve-frosdick under the title “Revealed: Uefa safety consultant quit and expressed concerns in February”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.