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Ex-Dundee United boss Liam Fox appointed Hearts B team head coach

Fox has returned to Hearts having previously coached across multiple age groups at the club.

Liam Fox: Former Dundee United boss has rejoined former club Hearts. Image: Ewan Bootman/SNS
Liam Fox: Former Dundee United boss has rejoined former club Hearts. Image: Ewan Bootman/SNS

Former Dundee United boss Liam Fox has re-joined former club Hearts as B team head coach.

Fox endured an ill-fated spell in charge of United last season before leaving with the club four points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership.

He quickly joined Barry Robson’s coaching staff in Aberdeen but his departure was announced earlier this week, amid rumours of a move back to Tynecastle.

Those rumours have now been proven to be accurate, with Fox returning to Hearts having previously coached the club’s under-17s, under-20s, reserves and first team.

Fox told Hearts’ website: “I’m delighted to be back at Hearts and already looking forward to getting started.

β€œThis club means a lot to me and has done ever since I became a supporter as a young boy. It was an honour to come through the academy system as a player and start my coaching career here, and it is a privilege to be able to come back and take over as B team head coach.

β€œAway from Hearts I’ve gained a lot of experience at different top flight clubs in a variety of coaching roles and I feel perfectly placed to bring those skills to the B team, as well as younger age group players and coaches within the academy.

β€œThe club has a pathway to the first team for young players. The opportunity to be involved is there for them but they have to work hard every single day to earn it.

β€œMy job is drive them forward, support them and get the best out of them, not only for their benefit but for the benefit of Heart of Midlothian Football Club.”