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The New Newcastle Manager, clarified.

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The New Newcastle Manager, clarified.

Post  cyprussyd on 2015-01-21, 7:23 am

Charnley also clarified what he expects from the club's new boss, who will be given the title of head coach.
He says the head coach will be part of a management "triangle" also consisting of chief scout Graham Carr, with his individual focus on coaching the team.
"The traditional English manager who would want full control is not what I'm looking for - they don't fit within our structure or strategy," said Charnley.
"This isn't something new but it's a refinement of the role Alan had. It's a greater clarity for whoever gets the job, in terms of what they do, what their role is and what they can speak to the media about.
"That way everyone - players, supporters, media - are clearer. He's the head coach, not a traditional manager. He doesn't have the final say on transfers and doesn't get involved in every aspect of the business.
"His job is coach the players and implement and oversee a philosophy that goes through the first team, the reserves and down through the academy to improve the players and to ensure we get the best out of them."

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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2015-01-21, 7:29 am

At least they've come out & explained what the camp will be doing  Smile

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