Luton announce several changes to backroom structure - with more to come

1 July 2019

Graeme Jones
Photo: Getty Images Graeme Jones, the former West Bromwich Albion assistant manager, was appointed as Luton Town boss on a three-year contract and is now getting a new football staff.

To support the next season with Graeme Jones as manager, Luton Town have made several changes to their football structure.

With more changes and more names to come, the restructure involves a new chief scout and head of academy coaching.

Peter Høyer ph@offthepitch.com

Luton Town, with their manager - Graeme Jones - at the wheel, are making significant structural changes to their backroom. The first of those is the appointment of Gary Brabin as one of two assistant managers. The second assistant will be announced in due course.

Brabin has previously worked at Kenilworth Road as assistant manager and as manager, taking the Hatters to the play-off final in 2011, but more notably, he and Jones struck a long-standing relationship when they were team-mates at Doncaster Rovers some 25 years ago. 

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