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Queens Park appoint Owen Coyle as new head coach

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Queens Park Owen Coyle

Queens Park has announced the signing of Owen Coyle as their new head coach from June. He has managed teams in Scotland, England, the US, and the Indian Super League. He led Jamshedpur to the Indian Super League Shield. The club is currently in the playoff position in League One. Coyle is well-known to most for his stint with Burnley in the Premier League.

“I thoroughly enjoyed my time at a wonderful club in the Indian Super League, but it was time for me to come home and I am delighted to be joining an ambitious, progressive club in Queen’s Park,” Owen Coyle said after his appointment as the head coach of Queens Park. “The club’s ambitions are really exciting, and the structure being put into place was enormously appealing to me. We have some terrific talent at the club, and we will be looking to attract and develop more, so the challenge for me is one I look forward to.”

“We have taken the time to find a suitable candidate, that matches our desired profile. With 19 seasons as head coach in different countries, Owen has a wealth of experience and knows what winning looks like. Owen is a coach who believes in developing talent and creating a close-knit group,” Marijn Beuker, director of football operations said. “He’s a fantastic fit for us and I’m confident he’ll help the first team push on. Owen’s arrival also ensures that we can now continue to focus on composing the player group for next season and further growing our Academy and scouting organization.”

“First of all, we’d like to thank Jamshedpur for the generous way they have behaved throughout our talks.” Queen’s Park chief executive Leeann Dempster said. “With their agreement, and although he doesn’t officially start till June 1, Owen will be able to help us prepare our teams for the final few games of the season.”

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