Birmingham appoint Tony Mowbray as manager to succeed Wayne Rooney

08 January 2024 10:29
Former Sunderland coach signs two-and-half-year dealMowbray is third manager this season after Eustace and RooneyTony Mowbray has been announced as Birmingham’s new manager to replace Wayne Rooney. The former Sunderland and West Brom coach has signed a two-and-half-year deal at St Andrew’s. He becomes the club’s third manager of the season after John Eustace and Rooney.“I am excited to be joining Birmingham at this time,” said Mowbray. “I can’t wait to get back on the training pitch and start working with this talented group of players. My focus is on building their confidence, delivering results and giving Blues’ fans a team they can be excited by and proud of. Continue readingread full article

Source: TheGuardian