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Tony Adams Starts Granada Revolution By Bringing In Premier League Old Boys

Tony Adams Starts Granada Revolution By Bringing In Premier League Old Boys
By PJ Browne Updated
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Tony Adams took his first training session as interim Granada boss on Wednesday morning. The former Arsenal captain was yesterday appointed to the role following the sacking of Lucas Alcaraz.

Adams has been at the club since November, working as a sporting director.

Granada currently sit second from bottom of La Liga, seven points from safety with seven games left in the season.

In an attempt to arrest Granada's descent down the Spanish football ladder, Adams has brought in some familiar faces, for him. To fans of the club, they may be less recognisable.

This morning's training session featured two former Premier League players - Nigel Reo-Coker and Kieran Richardson - both of whom are on trial at the club.

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Both players are currently free agents.

32-year-old Reo-Coker, who played for West Ham, Aston Villa, Bolton and numerous others, was most recently on the books at MLS side Montreal Impact.

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Richardson, also 32, has eight caps for England. He was released by Cardiff earlier this season.

Adams has basically used a classic Football Manager-style tactic.

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In bringing in some well-past it former Premier League players, Adams has made as cliched a move as possible for a British manager aboard.

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