The former centre-back was a strong but intelligent defender who began his career at Portsmouth before moving on to join Manchester City, then Fulham. After playing for Crystal Palace, he became caretaker boss at the South London club in 2003 and then, following the appointment of Iain Dowie, took on the role of assistant manager. He joined Colchester United, also as assistant manager, in 2008 before going on to Fulham where he became manager in 2014. Since leaving Fulham, Kit has held positions as assistant to Chris Coleman at Wales and Sunderland.
Symons was capped 37 times by Wales over a 12-year international career. He is also a graduate of the LMA’s Certificate of Applied Management at Warwick University.
Sessions by Kit Symons
This is a counter-attacking practice that leads into transitions. The session will start with an unopposed counter, attacking from deep. This will then progress into a 3v2 attacking opportunity and on into a 4v3 with transition to win the ball from deep in order to counter. MORE