Manager/Coach Manager or Head Coach

Yellowblood

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If KR were to depart, would it be an opportunity to redefine the roles of the management and coaching team?
It has been clear that recruitment over the past transfer windows has been poor. Every window KR harps on that he is working day and night getting the right candidates and driving the lengths of the country to speak to players. That clearly isn't working as a strategy.
Should we therefore switch to having a Head Coach working in tandem with an experienced football head taking care of the recruitment and football development.
The risk is that the Head coach has less influence on shaping the team, however, if you could find a good partnership with a clear strategy of football development and types of players it should work.
 
The process of signing players seems to be vastly more complicated than it was 10 or 20 years ago, so I think it's now virtually impossible for someone to both manage the team and do recruitment.

In a club wanting to be top 30, I don't think you should expect your manager to be on the phone all the time through pre-season.
 
If KR were to depart, would it be an opportunity to redefine the roles of the management and coaching team?
It has been clear that recruitment over the past transfer windows has been poor. Every window KR harps on that he is working day and night getting the right candidates and driving the lengths of the country to speak to players. That clearly isn't working as a strategy.
Should we therefore switch to having a Head Coach working in tandem with an experienced football head taking care of the recruitment and football development.
The risk is that the Head coach has less influence on shaping the team, however, if you could find a good partnership with a clear strategy of football development and types of players it should work.
Driving the length of the county!
 
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