League boss blows full time on career in football after two spells in Scotland

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McLaren boss Kevin Pietersen has announced he will become a full-time coach for the first time in his career after two spells in Scotland.

The 42-year-old, the No 5 ranked Englishman in the world, said in a statement: „It is a tremendous honour to announce my new challenge. The challenge is to develop players with the best potential to compete in the greatest game ever to be played. My task is to create the best environment for them.

„I would like to thank my staff and the fans for their support and I would also like to thank my players and club for their incredible success.“

McLaren won 12 titles, helped them capture the Champions League twice and were crowned European champions in 2002.

He also signed a new contract with the club after leaving Chelsea for an initial season and then one to the end of his last term.

Pietersen’s arrival will leave Newcastle United and Southampton holding their noses and going w더킹카지노ith the younger brother of former England and Newcastle United striker Wayne.바카라사이트

Former England and Newcastle United man and former Newcastle United player, Wayne Bridge, who was in the stands for Pietersen’s final game at St James’ Park on Saturday, said: „There was the sense that this was a great move. He was one of the big boys of the game, he was in contention for a long time, but he had all the ingredients there and you’d have wanted the younger man there. He was a brilliant player for his day and he would be a great addition.“

Media playback is not supported on this device Former England and Newcastle United star and former Tottenham, Middlesbrough and Newcastle United assistant Mark Hughes

Pietersen was the favourite to succeed Kenny Dalglish, who led Newcastle to four Premier League titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups and three UEFA Champions League titles between 1993 and 2011, but Dalglish announced last month he was stepping down after 18 years at St James’ Park.

McLaren are also facing financial pressure following a £26m debt load the club faced last season – the second-largest in the division after Manchester United.

The 55-year-old former Manchester United and Chelsea defender, who has also been involved in a string of high-profile sporting incidents with a personal history of substance abuse, has stated he will sell out the Etihad Stadium before the end of his contract in February 2018.

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