Davis appointed to new role of Player Pathways Manager by Wolves

Davis took charge of Wolves first team for seven games before the World Cup break

Davis took charge of Wolves first team for seven games before the World Cup break

STEVE DAVIS has been appointed to the new role of Player Pathways Manager by Wolves.

The 57-year-old took caretaker charge of the first team following the sacking of Bruno Lage on October 2nd. The last of his seven games in charge was the 2-0 defeat at home by Arsenal on November 12th before he handed over the reins to Julen Lopetegui two days later.

Davis then went back to his permanent role of Under-18s Head Coach, which he has held since January 2020.

Writing on LinkedIn, the former Crewe manager said: “I’m delighted and excited to announce my new role of Player Pathways Manager at Wolverhampton Wanderers. The first ever appointment for the club to link the first team and Academy. A role which will evolve I’m sure and which will challenge me in different ways.”

James McPike will continue as interim U18s Head Coach while the club look to make a permanent appointment.

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