Adams ready for next managerial challenge
Former Portsmouth boss Tony Adams is ready to continue his managerial career. Adams was sacked at Fratton Park in February after just 16 matches in charge.
The ex-Arsenal captain told The Times: "I'd like to be the man who rehabilitates the reputation of English coaches in Europe.
"When I was at Feyenoord, the feeling was that coaching in this country was a little bit ... old-fashioned.
"I'd like to be the one who changes that."
He continued: "I've never managed in France or Spain. But I've never managed in the Championship, either.
"I've had a few offers, but none that tick all the boxes. I'm ready for the next step, but I'll wait until the right role comes along.
"I'm looking for a stable club with an eye on the future."