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Graham will take charge of all first-team affairs from tomorrow morning.

” 1 The Bees sit bottom of the English Football League Graham Westley has been appointed as Barnet’s new head coach, the League Two strugglers have announced. Westley, who has not managed since being sacked by Newport in March, takes over a club sitting bottom of the English Football League. The former Stevenage, Preston and Peterborough manager, who had a brief stint at Barnet during his playing career, will take charge of the Bees on Tuesday.

Mark McGhee had replaced Rossi Eames as first-team coach in November but said after Saturday’s defeat to Crawley he was keen for the club to find a new manager. And McGhee, who was referred to on the club’s website as Barnet’s “head of technical” on Monday, welcomed Westley’s arrival. He told barnetfc.com: “I am delighted and excited to announce the appointment of Graham Westley as our head coach.

Graham will take charge of all first-team affairs from tomorrow morning. “Graham has a fantastic track record at this level and above. His knowledge of the division and the players in it will be a crucial factor in our fight to climb the table during the remainder of this season. “Myself and everyone at the club will give him all the support we can to help achieve this.” ” ” A number of the Championship’s top sides are reportedly keen on signing rising Scottish talent Jake Hastie in the summer.1xbet application mobile

The 19-year-old is a product of the Motherwell academy and has been catching the eye in the Scottish Premiership. 1 Jake Hastie has impressed at Motherwell The Daily Record report that Leeds United, Norwich City and West Brom all had scouts at their match against St Mirren on Wednesday – when he scored a spectacular goal in the 2-1 win. Swansea and Sunderland also had representatives at the game to get a look at Hastie.

The midfielder spent the first half of the season on loan at Alloa Athletic in the Scottish Championship where he made 19 appearances. LATEST CHAMPIONSHIP NEWS Funny Niall Horan jokes about Sam Allardyce replacing Chelsea target Frank Lampard at Derby ‘Sad prospect’ Niall Horan admits Frank Lampard won’t be able to turn down Chelsea job EXCITING Middlesbrough boss Woodgate aims to get fans back on side with attacking football confirmed Jonathan Woodgate named Boro head coach with Robbie Keane joining backroom staff SUMMER SPREE Aston Villa primed to table ?14m bid for Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips NEW SWAN Cooper confirmed as new Swansea head coach fits the bil West Brom appoint Slaven Bilic as their new manager new arrival Man United announce Daniel James deal to complete first signing of the summer Since returning to Motherwell, he has made four league appearances and scored three goals.

Leeds, Norwich and West Brom are all preparing for the possibility of Premier League football next season. That winning feeling ??? pic.twitter.com/JLgnzl0aiJ — Jake Hastie (@Jakehastie99) February 6, 2019 /**/ /**/ The Daily Record report that Hastie could be up for grabs at a cut price development fee at the end of the season. This is what has sparked a lot of interest from English teams who are looking for a bargain. Motherwell are currently seventh in the Scottish Premiership and are 13 points behind third place Aberdeen. “


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