Manchester United Women assistant coach Martin Ho set to leave role
Manchester United Women assistant coach Martin Ho is set to leave the club this summer after three years in the role.
Ho has worked closely with Marc Skinner for the past two years, and United finished second in the Women’s Super League this term after reaching the FA Cup final.
After spending up from the club’s U21s squad in 2020 when former coach Casey Stoney was in charge, having previously worked as Everton’s assistant manager.
This will come as a blow not only to United but Skinner because Ho is renowned as one of the WSL’s most influential coaches.
Stretty News understands Ho could look for a manager’s role elsewhere.
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