NJ/NY Gotham FC parts ways with general manager Alyse LaHue
NJ/NY Gotham FC announced on Friday that the club has parted ways with general manager Alyse LaHue. The club informed LaHue on July 9 that she would no longer be employed, following the results of a league investigation into a complaint of violation of league policy.
Prior to the club’s statement released via social media on Friday, The Equalizer’s Dan Lauletta reported on June 28 that LaHue had been away from the team, but that it was still unclear if it would be a permanent situation.
Details on why LaHue was fired remain in short supply, as the club issued only a brief statement confirming the news:
Club statement. pic.twitter.com/hlBpaiwkaP
— NJ/NY Gotham FC (@GothamFC) July 16, 2021
LaHue was appointed as general manager of NJ/NY Gotham FC (formerly Sky Blue FC) in September 2019, and has been credited with playing a major role in turning the club around, both on and off the field. She joined Sky Blue in 2018 as vice president and served as the interim general manager starting in April 2019.
Known as one of the leading front office executives across U.S. women’s professional sports, LaHue has significant experience in the WNBA, NWSL and WPS. She previously represented the NWSL’s Chicago Red Stars as general manager from 2012-2016.
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