O'Hanlon Appointed Barnsley Coach

Last updated : 08 February 2007 By Thetashkentterror
Championship strugglers Barnsley have recruited Kelham O'Hanlon as their new first-team coach.The 44-year-old was briefly manager of Preston and stepped up to replace David Moyes when he left for Everton. O'Hanlon remained as Craig Brown's number two at Deepdale and was also coach at Hartlepool and Chester.

The former Middlesbrough, Dundee United, Carlisle, Preston and Rotherham goalkeeper made over 500 professional appearances in a career than spanned 20 years. O'Hanlon made 83 starts in a two-year spell at Brunton Park, the Saltburn-born glovesman being signed from Rotherham in the summer of 1991 before moving on to Preston North End in July 2003.