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Robert Caw

Sales Director

Robert has been involved with Hexagol throughout its development, working with local government, Football clubs and at UEFA Final fanzones.

Previously he has over 30 years successful experience at the highest level in business, working with some of the world’s leading I.T. Companies such as Canon and Xerox.


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Gary Teale

Technical Director

Gary has over 20 years experience at the top level in Football. Former English Premier League Player and Scottish Internationalist, Gary also has UEFA Pro Licence Coach - the highest coaching badge earned in Europe. With this experience, Gary has worked with designers and manufacturers to develop the unique training programme and games for Hexagol. Over the last 12 months, he has been a major part of the project, working with academies, clubs and our partners in UK China Cyprus and Europe. 


Sean Tracey


Sean has 25 years Senior Management experience in the European leisure industry. He has worked with leading private equity houses including 3i and Patron Capital. In 2002 he was promoted to Chief Executive of Powerleague, the premier operator of small sided football in the UK. In the following years Sean led a management buy out in both 2003 and 2009, and in between successfully led the flotation of the company on the AIM market in 2006, creating the largest operator of its kind in the world. 

Sean has also built up a strong track record  in creating and generating lucrative commercial  income streams, as evidenced by the work done with major blue chip brands, including Microsoft (Xbox were headline sponsor of Powerleague for 6 years). Nike, Nivea for Men and Lucozade all leaders in their field. Sean stepped down in 2015 after 13 successful years leading Powerleague.

He is a serial investor in early stage companies in technology, leisure and entertainment and sits on the board of Kiltwalk, Scotland's largest participative children's charity, and is a former Hons graduate and Alumni of the year of  Glasgow Caledonian University.