Micky Mellon

A midfielder with West Brom, Blackpool, Tranmere and Burnley, Micky Mellon turned to coaching in 2006 when he was appointed assistant manager of Lancaster City. He soon returned to Burnley as a youth coach and initially combined this role with managing non-league Fleetwood Town.

After making the move to Fleetwood full time, he led the club to two promotions in three seasons, winning the Conference Premier title in 2012.
Mellon served Barnsley as assistant manager and caretaker manager, before being appointed boss of Shrewsbury Town in 2012. He led the Shrews to automatic promotion to League One in 2015.

Becoming manager of National League side, Tranmere Rovers, he took the club back into the Football League as play-off winners in 2018.

Sessions by Micky Mellon

Attacking and defending transitions

in Attacking, Defending

This session is about attacking and defending transitions, focusing on the key moments when the ball changes hands. We work on how we can defend and exploit these most exciting and important phases of the game, either by building a fast attack with the support of the full backs or by playing the ball early... MORE


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