Newport County have appointed Cardiff Metropolis’s first group coach James Rowberry as their new supervisor.
The 36-year-old will watch the membership’s League Two match towards Carlisle at Rodney Parade on Tuesday night.
Wayne Hatswell has been in caretaker cost for the reason that departure of Mike Flynn after virtually 5 years in cost at first of October.
Newport-born Rowberry was a youth participant on the membership and beforehand coached in County’s academy.
In an announcement Newport stated they had been “delighted” to announce the appointment.
Rowberry’s grandfather, Jimmy Jenkins, and father Stephen performed for Newport, the place the brand new supervisor started his teaching profession after failing to make the grade as a striker along with his hometown membership and Bristol Metropolis.
He turned one of many youngest coaches to achieve his professional licence when he achieved Uefa’s high teaching qualification on the age of 29 and spent seven years working with the Soccer Affiliation of Wales as a coach educator.
He joined Cardiff’s youth academy as lead improvement coach in 2013.
In 2014 he started working with the primary group and was appointed because the membership’s assistant coach in July 2016 after which turned first-team coach in November 2019.
Newport have received one sport and drawn two underneath the short-term steerage of Flynn’s former assistant Hatswell, who the membership hope will keep.
County are at the moment 14th in League Two, having received 4, misplaced 4 and drawn 4 video games this season.