Former Dutch international George Boateng has expressed his delight at his new role after taking over the reins of the Aston Villa U18 team, Football Made in Ghana reports.
Boateng played for Villa between 1999 ad 2002 and now finds himself as assistant coach to Richard Beale following changes in the club's Academy.
The Ghana-born completed his badges upon his retirement in 2016 and went to have spells as manager and technical director Kelantan FA, a professional club in Malaysia.
He was appointed as a Youth Team Coach at Blackburn Rovers in 2018 and has nurtured mainly the Under 13’s side at Ewood Park.
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