Andy Quy relishing the ‘challenge’ as Charlotte FC’s first-ever goalkeeping coach

Exclusive – New Charlotte FC goalkeeping coach Andy Quy is relishing taking on a “different type of challenge” when he joins the club ahead of its expansion in year in 2022.

The latest addition to Major League Soccer, CLTFC are in the process of building the roster and coaching staff that will look to put them on the map next season.

Joining head coach Miguel Angel Ramirez, as well as assistants Mikel Anita and Christian Lattanzio in the dugout, Quy brings a wealth of experience to Charlotte. His 15-year coaching career has, so far, taken in spells at the likes of Derby County, Aston Villa, and most famously Stoke City. He most recently worked at Brentford during their 2019/20 promotion campaign and served as Burton Albion’s Head of Goalkeeping.

“As a coach, I’ve worked in various places but I’ve been looking for a different type of challenge,” Quy said in an exclusive sit-down with 90min. “Really, the selling point of the project was to be a part of it at the very start. Being one of the first ones through the door and really making your mark on it and watching it grow.

“To work in MLS was a big pull as well. A league that’s growing and becoming more popular worldwide, the World Cup is coming in 2026, too. There was a massive pull from all of that.”

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