Position: FCB Bunwer Manager
Think – Jürgen Klopp
No one can compare to the man that is Rami. A manager who demands 100% (and more if you can, Jamie Redknapp) from his players. Partial to the odd (frequent) out-burst, Rami is not afraid to put across his feelings . Tactically astute, Rami also gives all players the freedom to express themselves on-field.
Position: FCB Bunwer Head Coach
Think: Rene Muelensteen
Rami’s right-hand man, and head coach, Lee is the ‘cool-headed’ one on the Británico’s bench. One of the club’s main assets, Lee is dedicated to improving both the players and himself through his coaching sessions and works tirelessly throughout the week for FCB. Even though he has retired from playing duties now, Lee still manages to live every moment on a Saturday morning as if he was playing himself, again proving his worth and value to both the players and FC Británico as a whole.
Position: FCB Bunwer Assistant Coach
Think: Steve Clarke
Zak took up the reins for the season 2014-2015 as player/coach and went on to win 3 trophies in his first season in charge. Guiding the club to the Liga Apertura championship and 5th place in La Clausara. For the season 2015-2016 he stepped down to the position of assistant coach fdolfollowing return of Lee Fletcher as head coach and went on to assist Lee in another trophy winning season.
Position: Goalkeeping Coach
Think: Steve Harper
Hutch is a vital asset to FCB, and has been for some years. The longest serving player on the playing staff is a technically gifted GK with fabulous shot stopping abilities. AKA the bravest man alive, Hutch once played 70 minutes of a game after breaking his collar bone, if that doesn’t describe the man, I don’t know what else will. Hutch is now gradually moving into the backroom staff at FCB and is working tirelessly with the keepers every week.