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Whitney Rules Out Physio Return as he Targets Full-Time Head Coach Role
 
Whitney Rules Out Physio Return as he Targets Full-Time Head Coach Role
Whitney Rules Out Physio Return as he Targets Full-Time Head Coach Role
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Whitney Rules Out Physio Return as he Targets Full-Time Head Coach Role

2:29 pm Tuesday, 5 April 2016
Walsall's Interim Head Coach Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press as he and his team continue to prepare for next weekend's League 1 meeting with Oldham Athletic, and has revealed that he no longer considers himself a Physio as he targets the Head Coach job permanently.
Walsall's Interim Head Coach Jon Whitney has spoken to the local press as he and his team continue to prepare for next weekend's League 1 meeting with Oldham Athletic, and has revealed that he no longer considers himself a Physio as he targets the Head Coach job permanently.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Jon said; “Eight or nine years ago, I wouldn’t have been right for this job. But the place I am at now – I am. I have made mistakes as a player and as a person in life but I have worked hard to make sure I have learned from those mistakes.

“If I get to May 8 and we are in a good position and I have impressed people then I will be delighted. I want to show people it’s not just words with me. I am a man of action. I want to show people the skills set I have developed over the last 20 years will allow me to ply my trade on the coaching side.

“I have got a two-and-a-half year contract with the club – whichever role that takes up depends on how well I do. I am ready to take on whatever challenge comes next. Whether it’s head of performance or head coach.

“They are very similar and I think people get hung up on titles. I’m definitely not going to go back to being a hands-on physio though. I am finished with that. I want to give my experience to up-and-coming physios. I think they deserve a chance now – instead of us old boys blocking their route!”

SOURCE | EXPRESS & STAR


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