Former Norwich City midfielder Andy Hughes joins Bolton as player-coach

FA Cup fifth round - Chelsea v Norwich City at Stamford Bridge, Saturday 17th February 2007 - Andy H

FA Cup fifth round - Chelsea v Norwich City at Stamford Bridge, Saturday 17th February 2007 - Andy Hughes after being booked. Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press © 2007

Former Norwich City midfielder Andy Hughes has been appointed as a professional development coach at Bolton Wanderers.

The 36-year-old, who played 79 times and scored twice for City between July 2005 and August 2007, will work with Bolton's under-21 and academy sides.

He will also be registered as a player after making eight appearances for Charlton Athletic in the Championship last season.

Hughes, went on to play over 100 games for Leeds United after leaving Carrow Road, before a brief spell at Sunthorpe United. The former Reading man, who is originally from the north-west, had been at Charlton for three years before leaving the Addicks this summer.


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