Woodgate Handed Middlesbrough Manager's Job
Muhammad Rameez 12 days ago Fri 14th June 2019 | 06:06 PM
Former England international Jonathan Woodgate has been given his first senior managerial role at former club Middlesbrough, the Championship club announced on Friday
"Jonathan has been appointed as the club's new head coach and has agreed a three-year contract."Woodgate succeeds Tony Pulis, who left at the end of the season after Middlesbrough finished seventh in the Championship to miss out on the promotion playoffs, with fans disgruntled at the style of play as well as results.
"Jonathan's vision is very much aligned to our own for the club as we look to develop a new identity," said Boro chairman Steve Gibson.