Spurs Women appoint Vilahamn as head coach

Tottenham Women have confirmed their new head coach as Robert Vilahamn.
He has signed a two year deal at the club.
Vilahamn spent the previous two seasons in charge of Swedish side BK Hacken, guiding the club to Champions League qualification last season.
“It’s an honour to join this world-renowned football club and I’m truly motivated by both the challenge and the opportunity that comes with this role,” Vilahamn said. “The club has a talented group of players and I look forward to leading this team in such an exciting project.”
Vilahamn has previously held coaching roles at Ytterby, Orgryte and Qviding in Sweden. He was named BK Hacken assistant manager in 2020, before being appointed head coach of the women’s team in 2022.
Tottenham had been without a permanent head coach following Rehanne Skinner’s sacking in March.
Vicky Jepson was placed in interim charge for the final two months of the season and steered Spurs away from the Women’s Super League relegation zone.
“Robert is an ambitious, dynamic and successful coach, and we are excited to welcome him to the club ahead of the upcoming season,” added Tottenham managing director Andy Rogers.
“He has a track record of developing players to international level and competing for both domestic trophies and in the Champions League, demonstrating his ability to match our own ambitions and philosophy.”
Tottenham end the 2022-23 WSL season in ninth, having secured a club record finish of fifth the previous year.
(Spurs Official)
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