Tottenham Interested in Klug
Friday, 16th Apr 2010 07:08
TWTD understands that Tottenham are interested in adding former Blues coach Bryan Klug to their staff. Klug was axed after a lengthy spell at Portman Road earlier this season.
Sheffield United have also shown interest in the 49-year-old, who is understood to still be on gardening leave from Town with his contract due to expire in the summer.
Klug, a former youth and reserves player with the Blues, ran the Town academy from its inception in 1998 until he became Jim Magilton’s first team coach in 2006, switching to a head of football development role a year ago before taking charge of the reserves between the summer and his axing.
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