Grimsby manager Michael Jolley: ‘I saw the second tower fall – that stays with you’

12 September 2018 09:27
Jolley was a corporate bond trader in New York when the World Trade Center was attacked and knew people who died in the 9/11 atrocityFrom Manhattan to the Mariners Michael Jolley’s backstory trumps those of most managers. Six months on from taking charge of Grimsby he is explaining how reading economics at Cambridge University paved the way for him to work as a corporate bond trader for six years, for HSBC and Toronto Dominion, in London and then New York. Coaching in League Two is a world away from Midtown’s bright lights and rows of dizzying skyscrapers. Related: Sunderland ponder suing stayaway duo Didier Ndong and Papy Djilobodji Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian