Manchester United have appointed Andy Opoel as Deputy Director of Football.
Opoel, who returned to United after 16 years as coach at the academy, will leave his current job as head of elite performances in the Premier League this summer.
He will support Director of Football John Murtaugh in driving the club’s football strategy across the first team, academy and women’s team.
“I am delighted to be back at Manchester United at such an exciting time for the club, as the first team prepares for a fresh start under Eric Ten Hag, the academy and the women’s teams go from strength to strength,” said Opoel, who previously held positions at Liverpool, England U21s, Coventry and Wrexham. Energy.
“While it has been an honor to serve the Premier League for the past five years, I can’t wait to start playing at United and play my part in creating the right environment for football success.”
In the Premier League, O’Boyle was responsible for advising clubs on talent identification and recruitment, performance analysis, sports science and medicine, psychology and loan management.
He is due to complete his UEFA Pro license this summer and is also working towards a Ph.D., having already earned a master’s degree in Sports Science.
“We are delighted to welcome Andy back to Manchester United to take on such an important role in the leadership of the club,” Murtaug added.
“Andy has experience in all technical areas of football, from fitness science and sports to scouting and recruiting.
“This will make him a valuable addition to my team at Carrington as we continue to enhance leadership and strategic planning in all of our football activities.”
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“The last piece of the puzzle.” This is how Jose Mourinho described Manchester United’s Europa League final victory over Ajax in May 2017. He pointed out that United is now a club that has won all the trophies in world football.
Victory that night in Stockholm It was meant to be the beginning, not the end. This may have been the third trophy of the season – as Mourinho pointed his fingers – but it was also what he described as his toughest season as a coach.
United impressed at times, as they finished sixth in the Premier League. But at that time, even the shimmering version of the red machine seemed to be able to take out the silverware. Louis van Gaal was sacked with the FA Cup falling directly in front of him.
There was an acceptance that United needed to improve and an assumption that they would. Instead, the fifth anniversary of that win has come and gone but it remains the club’s newest trophy. Liverpool have won six times since then. Manchester City won 11.
how did that happen? How did he allow this to happen? It’s a tale of arrogance, self-harm, and cudgel hampered by too many voices and too few. From ownership to recruitment, the problems were myriad. The solution? It is unclear if this has been found.
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