Eric Ramsay is a name that is becoming increasingly familiar in the world of football. The former Manchester United coach has been appointed as the new assistant manager of the Wales national team, following talks with Dutch manager Erik ten Hag.
Ramsay, who was part of the coaching staff at Old Trafford for two years, was initially blocked from joining the Welsh set-up due to a clause in his contract with United. However, after talks with ten Hag, the Dutchman gave the green light for Ramsay to join the Wales staff.
Ramsay, who is from the Welsh town of Llanelli, has been a long-time admirer of the Welsh national team and was delighted to be given the opportunity to join the staff. He said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be joining the Wales set-up. It’s a great honour to be part of the team and I’m looking forward to working with the players and staff.”
Ramsay’s appointment is a major coup for the Welsh team, as he brings a wealth of experience to the role. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the game, including Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes and Louis van Gaal. He was also part of the coaching staff at United when they won the Premier League title in 2013.
Ramsay’s appointment is a major boost for the Welsh team, as they look to build on their impressive performances in recent years. The team has qualified for the European Championships for the first time in their history and are looking to make an impact on the tournament.
Ramsay’s appointment is also a major boost for the Welsh FA, who have been looking to bring in experienced coaches to help the team progress. The FA have been keen to bring in coaches who have worked at the highest level and Ramsay fits the bill perfectly.
Ramsay’s appointment is a major step forward for the Welsh team and is sure to be a major boost for the team’s chances of success in the upcoming European Championships. With Ramsay’s experience and knowledge, the Welsh team will be looking to make a real impact on the tournament.