Development Squad Coach Leaves Bolton

  • October 14, 2014 | By Chris Mann
  • URL Short URL: http://b-ac.es/43684

Bolton Wanderers have confirmed Jamie Fullarton has left his post as development squad coach at Macron Stadium.

Fullarton joined Wanderers from Crystal Palace in December 2012, just weeks after Dougie Freedman had been handed the managerial reigns at the club.

During his time with the Trotters, Fullarton oversaw the progress of the club's under-21 side - who currently occupy 7th position in the Barclays U21 Premier League National Group, with seven points from their opening six games.

He has been responsible for keeping tabs on the progress of starlets such as Conor Wilkinson, Max Clayton, Josh Vela and Oscar Threlkeld during his near two-year spell at Bolton's Euxton training base, but now joins Freedman in the search for a new job.

News on a successor to Fullarton has yet to be made public, although professional development coach Andy Hughes, who recently took caretaker charge of the first-team, is expected to take responsibility in the short-term.

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