Kelly was promoted to Director of Global Property Investment for Pula earlier this year, and has now officially stepped down from the Bristol Sport board, and away from its day-to-day operations.

Meanwhile, Marshall, who joined the sporting group in 2016 as Chief Finance Officer was promoted as Pula’s Director of Sport last year. A move which sees him now step into a restructured role as Bristol Sport Group CEO. As such he will oversee Bristol Sport along with the three sporting clubs (Bristol City, Bears and Flyers).

Mark, who joined Ashton Gate almost a decade ago as Chief of Stadium Operations, will now focus solely on the venue and property side of Pula’s international interests. These will include his role as CEO of Ashton Gate and the new Sporting Quarter development; the transformation of Guernsey’s newest luxury golf and country club hotel La Grande Mare; and Mashatu African Investments – a game reserve and boutique safari camp, located in a remote eastern corner of Botswana.