Michael Carrick ‘really excited’ about becoming Middlesbrough manager

Former midfielder replaces Chris Wilder in first managerial roleJonathan Woodgate named part of Carrick’s coaching staff Michael Carrick has returned to the club where he cut his teeth as a footballer, to launch his managerial career as the Middlesbrough head coach.The Tyneside-born former Manchester United and England midfielder was on the books at Boro as a nine-year-old, although he made his name at West Ham and Tottenham before a trophy-laden 12-year stay at Old Trafford which brought him five Premier League titles as well as Champions League and Europa League glory.

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