West Ham United Football Club has officially announced the addition of three new first-team assistants to work alongside manager David Moyes. The newly appointed assistants are John Heitinga, Mark Robson, and Henry Newman.
John Heitinga, the former Dutch professional footballer, has an impressive career as a player, having represented renowned clubs like Ajax, Atletico Madrid, and Everton. Heitinga brings his vast experience and knowledge of the game to West Ham, where he will assist Moyes in various aspects of coaching and player development.
Mark Robson, a highly regarded coach and former professional footballer, joins West Ham after successful spells at various clubs, including Norwich City and Barnet. Robson’s expertise lies in working with young players and developing their skills, making him a valuable addition to the coaching staff.
Henry Newman, another well-respected coach, completes the trio of first-team assistants. Newman has previously worked with Moyes during their time at Sunderland and brings a deep understanding of Moyes’ coaching philosophy and tactics.
With the appointments of Heitinga, Robson, and Newman, West Ham aims to strengthen its coaching setup and provide a supportive environment for the players. The trio will play a crucial role in implementing Moyes’ vision and strategies, ensuring the team’s progress and success in the upcoming seasons.
This article was updated 1 month ago