Nuge Back At Orient
Wednesday, 13th Jun 2007 00:00
Nugent Back At Orient
Former Leyton Orient striker Kevin Nugent has rejoined the club as their youth-team coach. "I'm delighted to be back," Nugent told the club's website. Edmonton-born Nugent played 157 games for the Os in two spells and fills the position left vacant by Adam Scott's departure to Brentford last month. Nugent, 38, agreed a deal to leave Swansea last month, having served as caretaker manager there before Roberto Martinez's appointment. The striker joined Swansea as a player in 2003 and became Kenny Jackett's assistant and reserve team manager a year later. He was made caretaker manager for three games in February following Jackett's resignation. Source: bbc.co.uk
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