Wolves hire new Head of Analysis from Man Utd

Wolves are building a Premier League backroom team

Wolves are building a Premier League backroom team

WOLVES have recruited Andrew Findlay from Manchester United to become their new Head of Performance Analysis.

Findlay will report to Sporting Director Kevin Thelwell and work closely with manager Nuno Espírito Santo and his coaching staff. He will oversee analysis for both first team and Academy.

The appointment comes as Wolves, who are top of the Championship, build a backroom staff fit for the Premier League. Earlier today, TGG reported that the club had hired the experienced Miguel Rios to oversee their European scouting.

Findlay worked at Manchester United from June 2013 as a Performance Analyst. Before that he was Academy Performance Analyst at Manchester City.

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