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Former City Coach Quits England Job

24 Oct 2013 00:05:42

Former City Coach Quits England Job

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Former Coventry City coach Brian Eastick is leaving the employment of the Fooball Association.

Eastick, who has coached at the likes of Crewe and Sheffield United before becoming a coach with the FA in 2005 and managing England U19's and England U20's and working with another former Sky Blue in Stuart Pearce during his time as England U21 boss, is quitting his role as a coach at the end of this month.

“It has been a real honour for me to coach the England U19, U20 and Under-21 teams during the past eight years.

 "Being a part of the team at the London Olympics was something very special and a once in a lifetime experience.

 "The international tournament experience I have gained is invaluable and I have had the pleasure of working with some outstanding young English players, for which I feel very privileged.”

More On This at http://www.thefa.com/News/2013/oct/brian-eastick-to-leave-fa.aspx#VVxibPRXa8Elm5rE.99

Source: Coventry MAD


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