Position : Management
Appointed ahead of the 2020-21 season, Calum at 26 years old became one of the youngest bosses in the football "Pyramid".But he brought to the club extensive knowledge of senior non-league football and youth football in the region.He had served various management teams as first-team coach of Chester FC.In a separate role as Chester's head of Academy - a position he retains alongside his Runcorn duties - Calum has overseen the development of young players to the Chester first team and beyond.Calum is an FA Level 2 and UEFA B licensed coach.He had two spells as Chester's first-team coach, initially from 2016-18 in a full-time training model at National League level, working alongside successive managers Jon McCarthy and Marcus Bignot.In April 2018, Calum was named first-team caretaker manager, thereby becoming the youngest manager in the history of the professional game.Calum was promoted back to the first-team coach's role for 2019-20, this time under ex-Salford managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley as the club moved to a "hybrid" training schedule, combining evening and daytime sessions.As Academy head coach, Calum in 2018 managed the Chester FC Youth side, which lifted the National League's Under 19 Cup. 2020 saw Chester U19s being crowned National League Alliance Academy North Division champions.Between 2016-2018, Calum had recruited, coached and progressed three players through to the Chester FC first team. One of the players was subsequently transferred to Leicester City for a six-figure fee with the others joining Salford City and Notts County for four and five figure sums, respectively.Up to and including the 2019-20 season, 13 of Calum's proteges have made the first team in League matches, nine of these going on to make more than 15 senior appearances and two more than 50.
Calum McIntyre is not available for sponsorship at this time.
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