Stop Out sign former player Keegan Taig to coach men’s reserves

Keegan Taig has rejoined his former club Stop Out to become head coach of the club’s men’s reserve team for the 2024 season.

Taig (27) played for Stop Out from 2018 till 2020 before heading south to coach Dunedin club Mosgiel.

He returned to Wellington in 2022 where he combined playing with an assistant coaching role with Tawa’s first team.

Announcing Taig’s appointment, Stop Out said: “We are thrilled to have secured the services of an up and coming young coach who already knows the club well.

“Keegan will begin his role in a few weeks’ time as we fast approach the start of pre-season.”

Amir Abdullahi (left) and Aston Hughes.

Meanwhile, Aston Hughes and Amir Abdullahi have been appointed as co-coaches of Stop Out’s men’s third team for 2024.

The duo, who joined the club in 2016, have previously coached the club’s U-17s.

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