Southend United’s main youth coach is leaving the club.

Southend United’s main youth coach is leaving the club.

Southend United’s main youth coach is leaving the club.

Ian Hart, the head of academy coaching at Southend United, is leaving the club after seven years at Roots Hall.

Hart has been instrumental in the development of a variety of Blues players in recent seasons.

He has, however, made the decision to move on.

“I decided in March that it was time for a new challenge after seven seasons at Southend United,” Hart said.

“With my new business, Level 7 Academy, requiring more of my time and the situation at Southend looking bleak, I took the risky step of resigning.”

Hart, on the other hand, is proud of what he has accomplished throughout his tenure at the club.

“Looking back on the seven seasons, there are a lot of things I’m proud of knowing I had a hand in,” Hart said.

“Staff have moved on to bigger teams, players have been sold to Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Chelsea, to name a few, and players from the academy have made their first team debuts.

Southend United’s main youth coach is leaving the club.

“I’ve had the opportunity to coach in a first-team setting while seeing managers come and go, as well as under 23s, under 18s, and of age group within the academy, which has broadened my horizons.

Hart, on the other hand, is proud of what he has accomplished throughout his tenure at the club.

“Looking back on the seven seasons, there are a lot of things I’m proud of knowing I had a hand in,” Hart said.

“I’ve had the opportunity to coach in a first-team setting while seeing managers come and go, as well as under 23s, under 18s, and of age group within the academy, which has broadened my horizons.

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Southend United’s main youth coach is leaving the club.

Ian Hart, the head of academy coaching at Southend United, is leaving the club after seven years at Roots Hall.

Hart has been instrumental in the development of a variety of Blues players in recent seasons.

He has, however, made the decision to move on.

“I decided in March that it was time for a new challenge after seven seasons at Southend United,” Hart said.

“With my new business, Level 7 Academy, requiring more of my time and the situation at Southend looking bleak, I took the risky step of resigning.”

Hart, on the other hand, is proud of what he has accomplished throughout his tenure at the club.

“Looking back on the seven seasons, there are a lot of things I’m proud of knowing I had a hand in,” Hart said.

“Staff have moved on to bigger teams, players have been sold to Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Chelsea, to name a few, and players from the academy have made their first team debuts.

Southend United’s main youth coach is leaving the club.

“I’ve had the opportunity to coach in a first-team setting while seeing managers come and go, as well as under 23s, under 18s, and of age group within the academy, which has broadened my horizons.

Hart, on the other hand, is proud of what he has accomplished throughout his tenure at the club.

“Looking back on the seven seasons, there are a lot of things I’m proud of knowing I had a hand in,” Hart said.

“I’ve had the opportunity to coach in a first-team setting while seeing managers come and go, as well as under 23s, under 18s, and of age group within the academy, which has broadened my horizons.

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