Irina Morozyuk, wife of Ukraine international Mykola, has become the first-ever female president of a football club in Ukraine.
The stunning footy WAG made the announcement on her Instagram handle about the top job with Ukrainian side FC Lion.
The 31-year-old posed for a picture with the team as she made her new position public on her social media handle.
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“My lion cubs, I am honoured to be the president of FC Lion,” she wrote. “We have big ambitions.”
Morozyuk later shared a snap of herself holding up the club’s shirt, and took the opportunity to explain her decision to take up the new role.
She wrote: “When such an offer came to me, I thought for a long time that I had become a supporter of amateur football in Lviv, since it was born in this city.
“As the club was being formed, I told about the Bombardier channel on YouTube. After my first release, I had a lot of questions for the head coach of the team.
“I need time to sort it out. At the time of Pavel Igorovich was removed from the position of head coach. I believe in our project that the Lviv Football Federation will support us and allow us to continue to develop and participate in official matches.
“I have a decent team!”
A statement from FC Lion said: “We have no right to be the second or third club to have a president like that.
“We will always be fighting to win in any situation.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jack Sullivan, son of West Ham United's owner David, was appointed as managing director of the women's football side by his billionaire father.
The 19-year-old started his full time job running the Hammers since he finished school in 2017 at age 16.
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