ROWETT PENS NEW CITY DEAL
A winger who managed Walsall and Rovers, as well as holding a number of coaching posts. These days, he is based in Eastleigh and is a Premier League referees’ assessor. 16. Bobby Brown. This insideforward now lives in Bristol and combined coaching at NonLeague sides Yate Town and Winterbourne with working as a salesman. 17. Frankie Prince. A midfielder who spent ten years doing a variety of jobs including greengrocer and odd job man before becoming community manager at Torquay United until retiring in September 2014. 18. Harold Jarman. Winger played county cricket for Gloucestershire. He has held a number of management, coaching and scouting positions from his base in his native Bristol. 19. Joe Gadston. A centre-forward who was Brentford’s youth coach and community officer, later running a holiday apartment business in Swanage. He then taught sport at Sunninghill Prep School in Dorchester. 20. Wayne Jones. A midfielder who qualified as a physiotherapist and has worked for a number of clubs, latterly with Newport County, as well as having his own private clinic. GARY Rowett has put pen to paper to extend his stay at St Andrew’s.
The Birmingham City boss, who arrived from Burton Albion in October 2014, has signed on alongside assistant Kevin Summerfield, first-team coach Mark Sale and goalkeeping coach Kevin Poole.
Director Panos Pavlakis said:“We wanted to show our support and commitment to Gary, Kevin and his coaches for the work that has gone on. These new contracts are a significant development in that respect.
“We have had a fantastic relationship with Gary since day one. He is very happy here and we share the same vision in continuing to move the team and the club forward.”