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If he's staying in Wellington then maybe coming to the Phoenix in some capacity?

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Ryan wrote:

If he's staying in Wellington then maybe coming to the Phoenix in some capacity?

José will continue to focus on his New Zealand Football roles, including the New Zealand U-17s as they prepare for the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year.

That and his wife is about to have another child, I don't think its likely.

I'm an optimistic pessimist. 

I'm positive things will go wrong.

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Yakcall wrote:

Ryan wrote:

If he's staying in Wellington then maybe coming to the Phoenix in some capacity?

José will continue to focus on his New Zealand Football roles, including the New Zealand U-17s as they prepare for the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year.

That and his wife is about to have another child, I don't think its likely.

Surely that comment doesn’t rule it out?

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#ACFC is his best option to stay with #NZF role🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺

Has been good for #WgtnFootball all ways happy to talk to players and coaches 

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Feverish wrote:

Yakcall wrote:

Ryan wrote:

If he's staying in Wellington then maybe coming to the Phoenix in some capacity?

José will continue to focus on his New Zealand Football roles, including the New Zealand U-17s as they prepare for the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year.

That and his wife is about to have another child, I don't think its likely.

Surely that comment doesn’t rule it out?

especially as that comment has obviously been added by Team Wellington afterwards

Remember Jose was ACFC youth team coach and also won the Northern League with Central United before he came to Team Wellington

Saying that I don;t think he will end up with the Auckland City job

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JOSÉ FIGUEIRA DEPARTS TEAM WELLINGTON

Team Wellington Head Coach, José Figueira, has announced that he will not be returning to the club for the upcoming season.

While not an easy decision, Figueira is confident the club can continue their success.

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time with Team Wellington – it’s a special environment to be a part of; the players, the staff, our partners and sponsors, supporters and all those connected with the club.

“Team Wellington has a strong culture both on and off the pitch and it’s one that makes this club so unique.

“During my three seasons with the club, it’s been great to see players develop and move on to other leagues, professional contracts and representing their country. That kind of progression is a true testament to the work ethic of the team and all that goes on behind the scenes.”

Figueira joined Team Wellington in 2016 and went on to manage the team in over 80 games across all competitions, including the ISPS Handa Premiership title for the 2016/17 season, an OFC Champions League title in 2018 and Team Wellington’s first FIFA Club World Cup appearance later that same year.

Club Chairman, Peter Chote, praised Figueira for his contribution to the club and the impact he has made on and off the field.

"Jose has certainly made a huge impression on the club.

“Not only his dedication to developing young players, but his playing philosophy and clear vision has enabled the club to achieve some fantastic honours during his time.”

Figueira said that after much thought and reflection, the time was right to move on to the next chapter of his career and life.

“I’ve experienced a lot during my career as a coach but to win the OFC Champions League Final in 2018 and qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup is something I will never forget.

“It was a special moment to help lead the club to their first ever FIFA Club World Cup appearance and the performance by the team in that match, coming so close, is one I am so proud of.

“Balancing the demands of football, both domestically and internationally with being involved in the New Zealand set up, while having a young and growing family is always challenging.

“There never really feels like a right time to leave, but I leave with so many great memories.

“I would like to thank everyone in our Team Wellington community. The players and staff who have become like family and our incredible supporters that have shared the journey with us, even some travelling around the world, have made a lasting impression.”

Chote said while Figueira will be missed, it gives the club an opportunity to start the new season with a fresh outlook.

“It’s an end of an era for Team Wellington with his departure but an exciting time for the club to rebuild in the upcoming season.

"I would like to thank José for everything he has done during his tenure, and on behalf of the club, partners, sponsors, and supporters wish him and his family, all the very best for the future.”

** José Figueira will be still based in Wellington as he and his family look forward to welcoming their second child. José will continue to focus on his New Zealand Football roles, including the New Zealand U-17s as they prepare for the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year

TEAM NEWS | 📰 José Figueira departs Team Wellington.

🗣 “I would like to thank everyone in our Team Wellington community.

The players and staff who have become like family and our incredible supporters that have shared the journey with us, even some travelling around the world, have made a lasting impression.” José Manuel Figueirafollowing the announcement of his departure.

What a journey it has been!

On behalf of the club, partners, sponsors, and supporters we wish you and your family, all the very best for the future.

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VACANCY | TEAM WELLINGTON HEAD COACH

Team Wellington is seeking applications for a new Head Coach to lead the upcoming 2019/20 season.

In liaison with the club board, the Head Coach will have overall responsibility for the player recruitment, planning, implementation and continual improvement of the team playing strategy and match day execution.

We’re looking for a minimum OFC/NZF Coaching “B” licence or equivalent, demonstrated success in coaching within a high performing football team, and an understanding of the domestic landscape.

The successful applicant must have the legal right to work in New Zealand and be available from July.

Please apply with a covering letter outlining your qualifications and experience together with your CV to General Manager, Peter Becker via email here.

Applications close at 9am on Friday 21st June. 

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Do either Fleming or Scotty hold the required badges and does anyone know if they'll chuck their names in the hat?

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who was assistant at TW??? Would they have a chance continuity...

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who was assistant at TW??? Would they have a chance continuity...

Scott Hales.

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el grapadura wrote:

who was assistant at TW??? Would they have a chance continuity...

Scott Hales.

Alomg with his swimming 🏊♂️ Certificates he has a “A” Licence 

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Great call by TeeDubs. Provides good continuity and Scott is a top bloke.

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I really like Scott from what I've seen him do under Jose. Has he been head coach before? What's his experience level like? Well one TW for appointing someone quickly

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He's head coach for Miramar's first team at the moment.

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el grapadura wrote:

Great call by TeeDubs. Provides good continuity and Scott is a top bloke.

Background please?
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el grapadura wrote:

Great call by TeeDubs. Provides good continuity and Scott is a top bloke.

Background please?

Scott has been part of the TeeDubs coaching set-up for the past few years, most recently as assistant to Jose. He also coaches Miramar's Central league team. So has been around and knows the players, which should help with retention/recruitment. And like I said, is also a genuinely good guy.

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el grapadura wrote:

el grapadura wrote:

Great call by TeeDubs. Provides good continuity and Scott is a top bloke.

Background please?

Scott has been part of the TeeDubs coaching set-up for the past few years, most recently as assistant to Jose. He also coaches Miramar's Central league team. So has been around and knows the players, which should help with retention/recruitment. And like I said, is also a genuinely good guy.

Director of Football at Miramar < Assistant  coach at Hawkes Bay United 2016? < Pre that Coach Palmerston North Marist. < Was at Central football < Has a football accent < LoL

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First thing that popped up on Google when search Scott Hales football was a bit worrying although was over 10 years. 

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