ATK presents new coach Teddy Sheringham, technical director Ashley Westwood
Two-time champion of Indian Super League ATK, introduced Teddy Sheringham as the new head coach of the club for the upcoming season.
Teddy began his career with Millwall in 1982 at the age of 16 and with his consistent performance as a striker he has made it to the charts of being one of the highest goal scorer in the history of premiership.
Sanjiv Goenka, Chairman RP- Sanjiv Goenka Group, principal owner ATK made this announcement at the onset of the league as a mark of gearing up for the forthcoming season.
Ashley Westwood who is also introduced as the technical director of the club, would look into the technicalities on and off the field coordinating with coach and players seamlessly.
"I take this opportunity to welcome our Head Coach Teddy Sheringham to ATK family and firmly believe that he is apt for the team and his skills will help ATK. His exceptional field experience will be an advantage for both our management and players alike. Our endeavor to incorporate the best in the team has further been augmented with Ashley joining the squad. His experience as both player and manager will add to the team's positive quotient," Sanjiv Goenka said.
"I am extremely thankful to the ATK management for giving me an opportunity to be a part of Indian Super League by being the head coach of this fantastic team. My focus would be to understand methods and tactics of each player and align them to get optimum output and also lend them my field expertise. I hope to have a great run in here, "Teddy Sheringham, said.
"I feel excited to be a part of vibrant ATK family and thank everyone out here. It feels great to be associated with a champion team.
Kolkata's enthusiasm for football will make the journey all the more exciting. I will do my best to make the boys comfortable and get the best out of each one," Ashley
Westwood, added. mpost
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