RUBIO LEAVES HEAD OF ACADEMY COACHING ROLE
Head of Academy Coaching & U18’s coach Edu Rubio has left his roles MK Dons to take over the vacant manager’s position at Ryman South side New Romney Football Club.
We would like to thank Edu for his time and dedication in his short time at the club and wish him all the best in his new role.
New Romney Announce Spaniard as New Manager
Edu Rubio has been appointed as the new manager of New Romney Football Club after leaving his dual-role at MK Dons. Rubio has a history of working at small and large clubs at youth level, his new role is his first time managing a senior side.
Edu Rubio’s (above left) career started at Valencia in 2001 where he was the head coach of the Mestalla youth team. He then became Head of Youth Development at 5th tier side CF Cracks in Spain just outside of Valencia. He then moved to England to Milton Keynes where he joined MK Dons as U13’s coach, later leaving to work with the English FA to help with youth setups across the country. Chelsea was his next destination where he combined with Brendan Rodgers coaching the Under 18’s and reserve teams. He then volunteered to work at the Nike Academy where he was a coach for two years before leaving for MK Dons again to work as the Head of Academy coaching.
The well-known Spanish football writer congratulated Rubio on his new role on Twitter. Balague also works in non-league football as a director at lowly Biggleswade United.