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Why Walsall mustn't let DD go

Why Walsall mustn't let DD go

Thanks to a poster on UTS who found this and posted it for public viewing. It is impressive and makes you realise how lucky we are to have him. Each line is a reason why we must make sure he doesn't leave.

Richard Money CV
Wednesday, 25 May, 2005 - 9:44AM
COACHING EDUCATION - PASSED AND DIPLOMATED / CERTIFICATED

2004 UEFA PRO DIPLOMA

2001 ACADEMY MANAGERS LICENCE

1998 UEFA "A" LICENCE

1986 F.A FULL LICENCE


MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP EDUCATION - PASSED AND DIPLOMATED / CERTIFICATED

2004 ACCONIA - STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - 12 DAY PROGRAM
· Organisation and Core Values
· HR Management (introduction, education and job descriptions)
· Strategic Planning
2004 ACCONIA - OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT - 12 DAY PROGRAM
· How to implement Core Values
· How to implement a Feedback Climate
· How to develop Groups and Individuals
2003 ACCONIA - FEEDBACK AND COMMUNICATION - 8 DAY PROGRAM
· Development by Feedback
· Communication Training
· Conflict Handling



COACHING CAREER
2004 VÄSTERÅS - Manager / Head Coach
· Club at bottom when I was appointed. 7points from 1st 12 games. Objective to keep Club in Division One.
· Finished 8th (top half) - the team took 37 points from last 18 games.
2003 - 2004 AIK STOCKHOLM - Manager / Head Coach
· AIK is the N0 1 club in Sweden, average crowds of 20.000
· Finished 5th in league 2003 and reached the ¼ finals of the Swedish Cup
· Qualified to UEFA Cup 1st round proper v Valencia (eventual winners) - lost 0-2 over 2 games
· Left AIK after 3 games into 2004 season - team in 5th position

Sept 2001 - June 2002 COVENTRY CITY - Head Coach
· Roland Nilsson Manager
· Responsible for 1st team coaching and training - took the team from 21st to top 6
· 8 players developed for 1st team during time as Academy Manager
· Chris Kirkland sold to Liverpool FC for £ 9 million - Calum Davenport to Tottenham Hotspur for £ 3 million
July 1998 - Sept 2001 COVENTRY CITY - Academy Manager
· Gordon Strachan Manager
· Responsible for Department for ages up to 21: Budget, Staff, Players and Development Programmes
· Responsible for setting up new Academy Facilities and Structure
· U18`s appeared in the F.A Youth Cup Final two years in succession
· Successful Programme currently in place - many players in current 1st team
Jan 1997 - March 1998 MANCHESTER CITY - Head Coach
· Frank Clark Manager
· Responsible for 1st team coaching and training - took the team from the bottom 3 to the top half of the league
July 1994 - Jan 1997 NOTTINGHAM FOREST - Coach
· Frank Clark Manager
· Team promoted to Premiership 1994
· Finished 3rd in the 1st season in the Premiership - 1995
· Quarter finals of the UEFA Cup & F.A Cup the following season - finished half way in the league
Jan 1993 - July 1994 SCUNTHORPE UNITED - Manager
· Responsible for all 1st team affairs - took team from the bottom to 5th position
· Players developed - Matt Elliott to Oxford/Leicester FC for £ 750000, Chris Hope to Gillingham FC for £ 250000 and Michael Walsh to Port Vale FC for £ 125000
November 1989 - Jan 1993 ASTON VILLA - Coach
· Graham Taylor, Ron Atkinson and Josef Venglos Managers
· The team won Leagues, Cups and Tournaments in England and throughout Europe this period.
· Players developed: Dwight York to Manchester United for £ 12 million, Ugo Ehiogu to Middlesbrough FC for £ 8 million, Ricardo Scimeca to Nottingham Forest for £ 2,5 million, Stephen Froggatt to Wolverhampton FC for £ 1,5 million, Gareth Farrelly to Bolton FC for £ 1,5 million




Nov 1985 - Nov 1989 SCUNTHORPE UNITED - Head Coach and Player / Coach

· Frank Barlow and Mick Buxton Managers
· The Club finished in the Play Offs twice in this period - top 6
· Players developed: Neil Cox to Aston Villa for £ 400000, Richard Hall to Southampton FC for £ 400000 and Graham Alexander to Luton for £ 125 000

PLAYER CAREER
TOTAL LEAGUE & CUP APPS 450 games
MANAGERS PLAYED UNDER Bob Paisley, Bobby Campbell, Ron Ashman, Mick Buxton, Frank Barlow, David Pleat,
Terry Venables and Sir Bobby Robson
July 1985 - Nov 1989 SCUNTHORPE UNITED
· Play Offs 1987, 1988
July 1983 - July 1985 PORTSMOUTH
March 1981 - July 1983 LUTON TOWN FC
· 1st Division Champions Medal
April 1979 - March 1981 LIVERPOOL FC
· European Champions Winners Medal
Nov 1977 - Apr 1979 FULHAM FC
· England U 21 and England B International Caps
July 1973 - Nov 1977 SCUNTHORPE UNITED

SENIOR PLAYER COACHING CAREER

2004 VÄSTERÅS MANAGER / HEAD COACH

2003 - 2004 AIK STOCKHOLM MANAGER / HEAD COACH

2001 - 2002 COVENTRY CITY HEAD COACH

1997 - 1998 MANCHESTER CITY HEAD COACH

1994 - 1997 NOTTINGHAM FOREST COACH

1993 - 1994 SCUNTHORPE MANAGER

1985 - 1989 SCUNTHORPE HEAD COACH

YOUNG PLAYER DEVELOPMENT CAREER

1998 - 2001 COVENTRY CITY ACADEMY MANAGER

1989 -1993 ASTON VILLA COACH


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Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Friday January 19 2007
Time: 5:09PM

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Looking at the amount of money he has created for past clubs I am sure we will not see any of our current crop go on the cheap
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