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Racing hopes for stability as Struthers returns to PJA


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Having left the Professional Jockeys Association amid fallout of Robbie Dunne bullying case, Paul Struthers is coming back

Nearly two years after his departure from the Professional Jockeys Association amid the toxic fallout of the Robbie Dunne bullying case, the PJA announced on Monday that Paul Struthers, its former chief executive, will return to the role full-time in the new year after proving to be the “overwhelming choice” of a selection panel.

“Even without his previous time at the PJA,” Nick Attenborough, the association’s chair, said in a statement on Monday, “he would have been the strongest candidate given his regulatory knowledge, leadership experience and expertise in membership and stakeholder comms, crisis management and PR.”

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