Birmingham Boss Tony Mowbray Taking Temporary Break To Receive Medical Treatment

Tony Mowbray, the manager of Birmingham, is temporarily pausing to undergo medical attention.

Since Mowbray took over for Wayne Rooney in all eight games across all competitions, the Blues have won four, lost three, and drew one.

The Sky Bet Championship team Birmingham has announced that manager Tony Mowbray would temporarily resign from his position in order to receive medical treatment.
For a period of six to eight weeks, Mowbray will not be on the sidelines. In his place, assistant manager Mark Venus will oversee first-team operations.
The 60-year-old stated: “Following my recent LMA Health Assessment I have received a medical diagnosis that will require me to receive treatment.”I must temporarily resign from my position as manager of Birmingham City Football Club in order to get treatment. My assistant manager, Mark Venus, will take over for me in this capacity until I return, with assistance from coaches Ashley Cole, Pete Shuttleworth, and Maik Taylor. While receiving therapy, I will still offer guidance and recommendations.

“My family and I are really appreciative of the club’s tremendous support. I’m confident that at this point, everyone will respect our privacy.”
Since Mowbray was appointed in January to replace Wayne Rooney, Birmingham has played eight games across all competitions, winning four, losing three, and drawing one.
The team he managed, Sunderland, which fired Mowbray in December, won 2-1 in his final match.
Garry Cook, the CEO of Birmingham, expressed, “Our thoughts are with Tony, his wife Amber, and family.”We hope Tony a quick recovery and are excited to see him back at the club to carry on the fantastic work he has started.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *