May 26, 2024

Andy Myers, a former Bradford City defender, has taken on the role of Millwall’s new assistant head coach. The 50-year-old has left his position as Chelsea’s loan player technical coach to join the Lions in this new capacity.

In his new role, Myers will work alongside the club’s recently appointed head coach, Joe Edwards, who was his former colleague at Chelsea. Both of them have been brought in as part of Millwall’s decision to part ways with their previous head coach, Gary Rowett.

Andrew Myers

James Berylson, Millwall’s chairman, expressed his welcome to both Joe and Andy, stating that the club eagerly anticipates the impact they will have on and off the field, hoping for a long and successful relationship with Millwall.

Andy Myers has a history with Bradford City, where he made a total of 97 appearances in various competitions during his time with the club from 1999 to 2003. Coincidentally, Myers’ move to Millwall coincides with a change in the dugout at Valley Parade, as his former employer, Chelsea, has appointed Graham Alexander as their new manager after parting ways with Mark Hughes last month.

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