Spurs Appoint New Head Of Recruitment & Analysis
Thu 27th Nov 2014 | Football Club Management
Tottenham Hotspur have appointed Paul Mitchell as Head of Recruitment and Analysis.
A former player with Wigan Athletic and MK Dons, Paul initially took up the role of Community Ambassador with the Dons when he retired from playing in 2009 at the age of 27.
Following the appointment of Karl Robinson as manager in 2010, Paul was assigned to his back room staff as Head of Recruitment, recognising his aptitude for identifying player talent.
Mitchell then joined Southampton in January, 2012 to manage their Scouting and Recruitment department working under current Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
He is credited with finding Southampton's summer signings Graziano Pelle, Dusan Tadic and Sadio Mane.
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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