ROWETT PENS NEW CITY DEAL

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO RESULTS -

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.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.