Lee Takes on Bury Town Role
Tuesday, 18th Dec 2018 16:07
Former Blues striker Alan Lee has been appointed head of player development at Bostik League North Division Bury Town.
West Suffolk-based Lee, 40, will oversee all aspects of football from Buryâ€™s U7s up to their first team working with manager Ben Chenery.
The former Irish international has scaled down his involvement with the Blues academy having left his role as U18s coach in the summer but will continue to have some involvement and heads up the football programme at Culford School which is run in partnership with Town.
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