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Westley goes part time in Academy reshuffle

Filed: Tuesday, 29th January 2019
By: Staff Writer

Academy Director Terry Westley is to move to a part time role in West Ham's famous Academy.

Westley, who was appointed in 2014 to succeed the hugely successful and popular Tony Carr will now concentrate on "Academy and football development programmes and opportunities around the globe", according to Training Ground Guru.

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He is to be replaced by Ricky Martin, who made his name at Norwich City - for whom he worked until 2016 - and was recruited by West Ham earlier this month.

According to an unnamed insider Westley, 59, is said to be both "happy and comfortable" with his new 'reduced-hours' role.

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