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Mick Earns Licence

Mick McCarthy has every right to be walking a little taller this week, having graduated`at Warwick University and attained the coveted UEFA Pro Licence, which is the mandatory qualification needed to manage in the Premiership.

The course, lasting a year requires 240 hours of study, combining a mixture of distance learning, online learning and conference calls, and a weeks residential course at the University itself.

Whilst there are a few exceptions to holding the licence at the moment, beyond 2010 no manager will be allowed to coach in The Premiership. It will simply be a case of no badge, no job.

Congratulations Mick










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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 5 2007

Time: 5:24PM

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Nice one Mick, congratulations
Wolfie
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05/07/2007 17:37:00

fair play to him. that new rule will sort out the wheat from the chaff.
Dales_Dad
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05/07/2007 17:54:00

Congratulations indeed , nice to read that MM is getting ready for managing in the Premiership 2008/9
purplepault69
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05/07/2007 18:06:00

Yes...quite a cheeky article really! Well done Mick!
sandgroanun
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05/07/2007 18:10:00

I think caretaker managers employed for less than 12 weeks might still retain an exemption after 2010. You need it tyo manage in the UEFA Cup and Champs League as well
Stuart Smith
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05/07/2007 18:10:00

Congratulations Mick,
Wolfette
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05/07/2007 20:07:00

 

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