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Head of fitness leaves West Ham

West Ham’s head of Fitness Nick Davies has left West Ham, less than six months after being appointed. Davies left Norwich last June, following four years at the club to help improve the squad fitness.

He had previously been Head of Sports Science at Charlton and Birmingham and also served the Hammers during a previous spell from June 2007 to June 2009.

As things stand, Gary Lewin is continuing as Head of Medical Services, although his contract is also soon up for renewal, along with Head Physio Dominic Rogan, physio Fraser Young, rehab fitness coach Eamon Swift and Head of Performance Analysis Jamie Osman

Davies writing on LinkedIn this week said: <em>“Proud to have been part of the staff at West Ham for the last six months. It’s been fantastic to work with some outstanding people.

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One comment on “Head of fitness leaves West Ham

  1. Lets hope it’s not the case of Rats and Sinking ships. We have enough on our plate already.
    He was brought in under Moyes, but others are also probably affected by the wave of events.

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