Burnley put youth-team coach in charge as caretaker leaves for Coyle

11 January 2010 01:32
Exodus: Coyle's departure has been followed by that of the caretaker boss and goalkeeping coach

Burnley have put director of youth development Martin Dobson and youth-team coach Terry Pashley in temporary charge of the first team after the departures of caretaker boss Steve Davis and goalkeeping coach Phil Hughes to Bolton.

The departing pair, who have been overseeing first-team affairs since the departure of Owen Coyle to Bolton, have linked up with the Clarets' former boss at the Reebok.

A statement posted today on Burnley's website read: 'BurnleyFootball Club can today confirm that first-team coach Steve Davis andgoalkeeping coach Phil Hughes have left Turf Moor.

'Both coaches are understood to be joining Owen Coyle's new management team at Bolton Wanderers.

'The officials of Burnley Football Club would like to place on record their thanks to Steve and Phil for their services to the club and contribution to our success.'

Former Wanderers striker Coyle was confirmed as Gary Megson's successor at the Bolton helm on Friday evening.

Coach Steve Wigley has left Bolton.

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Source: Daily_Mail