Client Round-up

"HE comes highly recommended from Liverpool, he has a great knowledge of the game and an appetite to never stop learning."

Bournemouth boss Jonathan Woodgate on new first-team coach and Sport Careers Agency client Gary O'Neil.

GARY O'NEIL has taken the leap from a treasured post in the Liverpool Academy to join Jonathan Woodgate's quest to lead Bournemouth back into the Premier League at the first time of asking.

Former Middlesbrough midfielder O'Neil, 37, forged a relationship with Woodgate when they were team-mates and now moves from his post working with the Under-23s at England's champions.

O'Neil, a UEFA Pro Licence holder, is seen as a vital piece of the jigsaw as Bournemouth lie sixth and bid to win a slot back in the Promised Land through the play-offs.

JOHN KENNEDY has been named interim manager of Scottish champs Celtic and got off to a winning start at the weekend with a 1-0 triumph over Aberdeen.

The former Scotland defender will be in charge until the end of the season at least after the end of Neil Lennon's tenure at the club.

STEVE HALE has taken over as Goalkeeping Coach with the ladies' side at London giants Tottenham Hotspur.

The hugely respected Hale, a UEFA Goalkeeping A Licence holder, has been recruited into a powerful Spurs coaching team led by Rehanne Skinner who was an assistant to Phil Neville during his time in charge of the English Women's national side.

Our stories of Sport Careers Agency's stable on the site always highlight the truly global nature of the game now and few clients sum that up better than SIMON McMENEMY.

The 43-year-old Scot has had stints as national Head Coach of both the Philippines and Indonesia.

Now he has won another prized post in club football in Indonesia and returns to one of his former employers Bhanyangkara FC as Technical Director.

Former Rangers Director of Football Mark Allen was the man deeply involved in the decision to bring Steven Gerrard to Ibrox as a rookie manager in Scottish football.

That is now looking like a masterstroke and, with Allen now embroiled in his next adventure with English Championship side Swansea City, he has recruited Sport Careers Agency client NEIL ROBERTS.

Neil will hold a key role as Head of National Academy Recruitment at the Welsh club who sit fourth in the Championship as they dream of a return to the English Premier League.

Sport Careers Agency boasts such a strong goalkeeping community and our latest Client News Round-up is tied up with two excellent posts won by our experts between the sticks.

ANDY QUY has been announced as Head of Goalkeeping at League One side Burton Albion. He takes experience at the likes of Lincoln City, Stoke City and Brentford into his new role.

NEIL MOORE is also now looking ahead to a new challenge as Academy Goalkeeping Coach at English League Two side Newport County and will bring his wisdom and depth of knowledge to aid the young keepers there.

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