Date: 28th June 2010 at 3:29pm
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Hartlepool United have appointed former Huddersfield and Carlisle manager Mick Wadsworth as the club’s new First Team Coach.

Pools had been without a coach since the departure of Colin West earlier this month and Chris Turner has acted quickly to bring in a new man. Turner stated at the time that he was looking for a coach who could bring fresh ideas into the club.

Wadsworth has had a long coaching career including a spell as assistant to Bobby Robson at Newcastle and was most recently manager at Chester, gaining 2 wins in 13 matches before being sacked last September.

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4 Replies to “Hartlepool Appoint Mick Wadsworth As Coach”

  • Great appointment, vastly experienced coach, will be good for the players, he should bring out the best in those who have shown potential, but Westy could not reach.

    I think this is a great step forward, he will also have great contacts int he game.

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