OFFICIAL: Minnesota United Appoint Eric Ramsay As New Head Coach

Written by Patrick Echatah

Eric Ramsay will take over as head coach of Minnesota United FC, the team announced on Monday.

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Ramsay joins the MLS club after serving as Erik ten Hag’s assistant coach for renowned Premier League team Manchester United. Along with Chelsea, Swansea City, Shrewsbury Town, and the Wales national team, he has also worked with them.

Ramsay becomes Major League Soccer’s youngest head coach at age 32.

“After an extensive search that included dozens of impressive domestic and international candidates, we are confident that Eric Ramsay is the best choice to lead our club,” Minnesota chief soccer officer Khaled El-Ahmad said in a release. “His experience working with top-level players, coaches, and sporting staff at both the club and international level – as well as his alignment in playing style and development philosophy – all fit with the vision we have for the future of MNUFC.

“Beyond his soccer pedigree, he is a genuine person who is aligned with the values and culture at the club. He speaks several languages, has experience in managing a multicultural locker room at the highest level, and he understands the importance of community engagement and the value of a passionate fanbase. He fits everything that MNUFC is about, and we are looking forward to welcoming Eric to Minnesota United FC.”

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Kevin Long, a centre back of Birmingham City in the English Championship, has joined Toronto FC, the team announced on Tuesday. His deal is set to expire in 2024, with an option in 2025.

Along with No. 1 SuperDraft choice Tyrese Spicer and Honduran international midfielder Deybi Flores, the 33-year-old former Irish international is Toronto’s third offseason addition.

“We are thrilled to welcome Kevin to the Toronto FC family,” head coach John Herdman said in a release. “Kevin’s experience will be a welcome addition to TFC’s back line. He’s here to help rebuild the club and is hungry for success.”


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