Bristol City have confirmed the appointment of Dean Holden as their new head coach.
The 40-year-old previously worked as assistant to Lee Johnson, who was sacked by the Championship club in July following a nine-match winless run.
Holden took over in a caretaker capacity for the final five games of 2019-20, collecting eight points from a possible 15, and has now landed the top job at Ashton Gate on a permanent basis.
Keith Downing and Paul Simpson have stepped down from their roles with the England Under-19s and Under-20s squads respectively to join Holden’s backroom staff.
#BristolCity are delighted to unveil Dean Holden as the club’s head coach.
— Bristol City FC (@BristolCity) August 10, 2020
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