'I will miss everyone': Executive Director of MK Dons leaves after 12 years at the club

The Executive Director of MK Dons, Andrew Cullen, shared a heartfelt message yesterday (31/5) as he officially left MK Dons.

Andy had been with the club since November 2008, and during that time oversaw a revitalisation of the sales, marketing and football operation while also building a strong connection between the supporters and the Football Club.

He played a key role in the promotions to the Sky Bet Championship in 2015 and then from Sky Bet League Two in 2019, while he has also served as a Club Representative on the EFL Board.

However, Andy's time at MK Dons has come to an end, as he will be joining Portsmouth Football Club as their CEO.

Upon his departure, Andy Cullen said: "A wonderful 12 years @MKDonsFC ends today. Thank you to Pete, Berni, all colleagues past and present, our fabulous supporters, partners and media who supported me from day one. I hope we did our job in putting smiles on faces! I will miss everyone and wish you all every success."

Hundreds of fans have since thanked Andy for his time and contribution to the club.

One Twitter user responded: "Best of luck at Portsmouth Andy and thank you for the opportunities and support over the years, you’ve helped build the foundations for the club to grow for the next 12 years and beyond!"

Another added: "Good luck at Fratton Park, was brilliant to see you at Stadium MK; to have someone in your position accessible to fans on a match day was beyond what I might ever have expected. I have no understanding of your work behind the scenes but my suspicion is you will be greatly missed."