Latics sign new Assistant Head Coach John Dreyer
Date published: 15 October 2019
Oldham Athletic have appointed John Dreyer as Assistant Head Coach.
The 56 year-old has lots of experience within the game and arrives at Boundary Park to work alongside Head Coach Dino Maamria.
Dreyer had a 19-year playing career, making over 500 appearances throughout at a host of different clubs’ including Luton Town, Bradford City and Oxford United.
He made the move into management in 2003 at Maidenhead United and since then has had roles in the backroom staff at Stevenage, Preston North End and Southport with Maamria.
Manager Dino Maamria said: "John is person I have worked with over the years and trust.
"He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience and joined my team last week. He is fully committed in helping me create a winning team the town can be proud of."
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