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Manchester United Appoint New Deputy Director Of Football

According to Andy O'Boyle will be taking over as Manchester United's new deputy director of football. This decision was made earlier today.

In order to make the move to Old Trafford this summer, it is anticipated that O'Boyle will resign from his position as the head of elite performance for the Premier League. He will do so in order to pursue the opportunity.

The former Liverpool coach will work closely with the new director of football at the club, John Murtough, to assist in the recruitment of players for the men's, women's, and youth sections. Additionally, the former Liverpool coach will work to ensure that the club's current players have access to the best possible structures to help them develop their skills.

O'Boyle, who has spent his entire life as a fan of Manchester United, formerly worked as a coach for the club's academy, where he coached young players such as Marcus Rashford. O'Boyle has been a fan of Manchester United for his entire life.

He stated this on the official website of United, which is: "My return to Manchester United comes at such an exciting time for the club, as the first team is getting ready for a new beginning under Erik ten Hag, and the Academy and women's teams are continuing to go from strength to strength. I am ecstatic to be returning to Manchester United at such an exciting time for the club. I can't wait to get back out on the field and show what I've got.

"Even though it has been a privilege to serve the Premier League for the past five years, I cannot wait to get started at United and play my part in developing an atmosphere that is conducive to football success," he said. "Even though it has been an honor to serve the Premier League for the past five years, I cannot wait to get started at United." "It is my sincere wish that United will develop into one of the sport's dominant forces in the future."

Murtough continued by saying that: "Andy is knowledgeable in all of the various technical aspects of football, including scouting, recruitment, fitness, and sports science. Andy has experience in all of these areas.

"As a consequence of this, he will be an extremely helpful addition to my team here at Carrington as we continue to work on enhancing both the quality of our leadership and the strategic planning that underpins all of our football-related endeavors,"

O'Boyle has been putting in the work to earn his UEFA Pro Licence, and he is also working toward a doctorate in sports science, which is a field in which he already has a master's degree. Both of these accomplishments will help O'Boyle further his career in the world of soccer.

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