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Moyes to bring in Murtough

Manchester United boss David Moyes is to add the Premier League's head of elite performance John Murtough to his staff at Old Trafford.

Last Updated: 15/11/13 at 15:13 Post Comment

David Moyes: Manchester United boss to bring in John Murtough

David Moyes: Manchester United boss to bring in John Murtough

Murtough was in charge of the academy at Everton when Moyes was manager, but he is not expected to take over from Brian McClair, who currently heads the academy set-up.

Instead, Murtough has been earmarked for a role working across a number of different areas at Old Trafford.

Murtough, 40, who has also worked at Fulham, joined the Premier League a year ago to work alongside director of youth Ged Roddy.

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