MIAMI, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Former England winger Ricky Hill
has been appointed head coach of FC Tampa Bay, the club said on
The ex-Luton Town stalwart, who played and coached the
now-defunct Tampa Bay Rowdies, replaces the sacked Paul
Dalglish, son of Liverpool manager Kenny.
Tampa play in the North American Soccer League (NASL), the
second division below Major League Soccer.
Hill has worked as youth coach at English clubs Tottenham
Hotspur and Sheffield Wednesday, had a brief spell as coach of
Luton and most recently worked in club football in Trinidad and
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