Hull appoint new goalkeeping coach after Corrigan departure

Seamus McDonagh is Hull’s new goalkeeping coach following the departure of Joe Corrigan.

Seamus McDonagh is Hull’s new goalkeeping coach following the
departure of Joe Corrigan.

McDonagh has a wealth of experience having worked at the likes of
Aston Villa, Leicester and Nottingham Forest.

McDonagh, a former Republic of Ireland international, is best known
for his playing days at Rotherham, Everton and Bolton.

"Hull would like to welcome Seamus McDonagh as goalkeeping coach as
replacement for Joe Corrigan, who decided to leave the club in
August," read a statement on City`s official website.

"Following recent speculation in the media regarding the terms of Joe
Corrigan's departure, the club would like to clarify that the decision
to leave came from Joe himself as he felt he needed to be closer to
his family.

"The club would like to thank Joe for his valuable contribution as
goalkeeping coach and wish him well for the future."

 
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