Former Cambridge United Manager Joe Dunne, has joined Graham Coughlan’s coaching staff on a voluntary basis until the end of the season.
Dunne spent three years as Assistant Manager at the U’s, before taking over from Shaun Derry, initially on a caretaker basis until the conclusion of the 2017/18 season, when he was then appointed as permanent Manager.
Prior to that he was at the Helm of Colchester United for five years and managed just shy of 99 games from 2009 to 2014.
The 45-year old’s playing career spanned over 13 years and included 327 senior appearances for four different clubs, including a play-off final win with Colchester in 1998 and an EFL Trophy win the year before.
Graham Coughlan said; “I am very pleased to have Joe on board with us, initially on a voluntary basis until the end of the season.”
“We need strong characters to offer support in the fight and with Joe currently available, I felt it foolish not to tap into his experience and knowledge.
“I know him well from over the years and have no doubt he will help us over the coming months."