RED BULLS SIGN RICHIE WILLIAMS TO CONTRACT EXTENSION

The club announced today that it has signed assistant coach Richie Williams to a contract extension. Per club policy, specific terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Williams is in his fifth year with the Red Bulls as an assistant coach. He was an assistant under Mo Johnston during the beginning of the 2006 season before Johnston was relieved of his head coaching duties on June 27. Williams served as the club’s interim head coach for eight regular season games from June 27 through Aug. 12. During his tenure as interim head coach, Williams’ squad went 4-3-2 in all competitions and he helped lead the Red Bulls on a three-game winning streak in July 2006.

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7 Responses to “RED BULLS SIGN RICHIE WILLIAMS TO CONTRACT EXTENSION”

  1. Almedin Says:

    That’s great news.. Keep up the good work Richie Williams!

  2. Alle Says:

    Great news indeed, didn’t want to lose him to another side anyway.

  3. Starks in Tampa Says:

    I think he will get a head coaching gig sooner or later…

  4. Dario Says:

    Great news…Richie rules!

  5. Tim F. Says:

    Great news. I want Richie to stay with the Red Bulls for a long time. I’m assuming Richie has been very involved in the draft selection process; the team has had excellent drafts. Richie has done well as an interim coach as well.

  6. Cindy Says:

    awesome news, Richie Williams is great!

    also liking the new banner!

  7. redbulls4ever Says:

    Richie Williams, has and always will be a great asset to our great team.

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