Filed: Wednesday, 12th April 2017
By: Staff Writer
Former Hammers captain Nigel Reo-Coker has joined the Tony Adams revolution at Grenada.
The 50-year-old former England and Arsenal defender was appointed earlier this week by the troubled La Liga side, who are currently just one place off the bottom of the table and seven points adrift from safety, with just seven games of the season left to play.
And one of Adams' first tasks as the new boss id to bring in Reo-Coker and ex-Manchester United and Aston Villa star Kieran Richardson on trial with view to signing on a free transfer.
Reo-Coker, now 32, has been out of the game since returning to England last year following a short spell in Canada with Montreal Impact. That followed spells with Chivas and Vancouver Whitecaps.
The midfielder spent three years at West Ham between 2004 and 2007, during which time he captained the club in the 2006 FA Cup Final against Liverpool.
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