City reveal new goalkeeping coach
Stuart Murdoch is the new goalkeeping coach at Norwich. He has previously been goalkeeping coach and manager at Wimbledon/MK Dons and Bournemouth.
Stuart Murdoch is the new goalkeeping coach at Norwich. He was originally goalkeeping coach with MK Dons, at the time when they were Wimbledon, before becoming manager for the club between 2002 and 2004 - a period which saw the club go into adminstration and move to Milton Keynes.
Murdoch then took up a job as goalkeeping coach at Bournemouth in 2005 and eventually became caretaker manager until September 2006.
Norwich City manager Glenn Roeder told the club's official site: "I'm delighted that Stuart has decided to join us as our new goalkeeping coach. I've worked with Stuart at Watford and he is an excellent football man and I believe he will gel well with the other members of the coaching staff as we look to take the club forward."
Murdoch added: "I'm very pleased to be given the opportunity to get back into Championship football. I'll be working for a very good club and manager and look forward to helping get Norwich City Football Club back into territory that it's more familiar with."
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Earlier this month former Northern Ireland keeper and Ballymena United manager Tommy Wright was believed to be taking up the position previously held by James Hollman.
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