Newcastle United Official Announcement – Coach leaves after 21 days stay
Gary Caldwell has now moved on again from Newcastle United.
The former NUFC player was appointed on 16 August 2021 as the club’s ‘interim Under-23s lead development coach’ after the departure of Chris Hogg to MK Dons.
At the time it was described as a ‘short-term basis’ appointment whilst they looked for a permanent replacement.
Late Monday saw Newcastle United announce the departure of Gary Caldwell after only 21 days, though still no news of who will take over the job on a permanent basis.
Newcastle United official announcement:
‘Former Magpies defender Gary Caldwell has left the club’s Academy after completing his scheduled period as interim Under-23s lead coach.
Caldwell stepped in on a short-term basis last month following the departure of Chris Hogg, and leaves with the recruitment process to appoint Hogg’s full-time successor nearing completion.
Current assistant Kevin Richardson will take the team for its upcoming fixtures ahead of a permanent appointment being announced shortly.
The club would like to thank Gary for his contribution and wishes him well for the future.’
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