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Manchester United have appointed Andy O’Boyle as their new deputy football director as work to modernise the club’s structure continues. O’Boyle has experience working for Liverpool and the Premier League and will assist football director John Murtough’s operations at Old Trafford.

Murtough, who is shouldering an increasing amount of responsibilities at United, spearheaded a thorough interview process in search of a flexible candidate with impeccable football knowledge. O’Boyle will report directly to him and work across the men’s first team, academy and women’s team.

In a statement, Murtough said: “We are delighted to welcome Andy back to Manchester United to take up this important role in the club’s leadership.

Andy has experience across all technical areas of football, from fitness and sports science to scouting and recruitment.

“This will make him a valuable addition to my team at Carrington as we continue to strengthen leadership and strategic planning across all our football activities.”

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