Te Atatu FC have appointed Daniel Eisenhut and Nathan Christie as co-coaches of the club’s first team for the 2023 season.
Long-time club member Eisenhut (41) returns to the role after leading the squad in past season’s in the NRF Conference and Lotto NRFL second division.
Main photo: Nathan Christie … joins Te Atatu from Metro.
Christie (41) joins the club after five years at Metro FC, where he was co-coach of the Metro side in last season’s Lotto NRFL first division.
Announcing the appointment, the club said via its social media: “We’re stoked to have this team together and wish them the best of luck for the 2023 season!”
The new appointments follow a double change last May when Bob Sova resigned as the coach of the side early in its NRF Championship season.
He was replaced by Matt Johnston who stayed in the role till season’s end.
Metro replace Christie with West Auckland’s Scott MacKay
Meanwhile, Metro have named Scott MacKay as their new first team coach for next season.
READ MORE: Scott MacKay named Metro’s head coach for Lotto NRFL Premiership season >>>>
Northern and WaiBOP clubs have been busy with their coaching appointments for 2023.
Click on the following links for our coverage of announcements made so far:
NORTH SHORE UNITED | METRO FC | CAMBRIDGE | MATAMATA SWIFTS | BAY OLYMPIC | CLAUDELANDS ROVERS | TE AWAMUTU | WESTERN SPRINGS | MT ALBERT PONSONBY |
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