Anthony Hudson

He started his playing career at West Ham United before moving on to Luton Town and Dutch outfit NEC Nijmegen.

Progressing into the coaching side of the game, he became Assistant Head Coach of United Soccer Leagues team Wilmington Hammerheads, before landing the Real Maryland manager’s job at the age of just 27, the youngest coach in the USL.

From there he returned to the UK and took a coaching role at Tottenham Hotspur before moving into the manager’s seat at Newport County.

Back in the USA, Hudson managed the Colorado Rapids before taking on the USMNT U20 side.

Hudson has coached both the Bahrain, and the New Zealand international teams.