Joe Cole Has Started His Coaching Job

It’s been 12 years that Joe Cole got an opportunity to get his nation his popular goal against Sweden during the World Cup 2016 in Germany. He took a Swedish clearance in the 33rd minute and the ball was sitting up so perfectly for him. The Chelsea man also launched a great volley to lift the top roof in Cologne. Cole had set a benchmark and was a mainstay in Blues team of Jose Mourinho and also regular for his nation under the guidance of Sven Goran Eriksson.

In 2008, Cole got back to his form under Avram Grant in 2008 at club level. He did have the best potential and could reach the highest level. Cole departed in 2010 and there was loan spell in 2011 at Lille before he decided to rejoin the West Ham United in the year 2012.

The association did last only for 2 years because he moved to Aston Villa post a spell at League One. Cole had to take his career to overseas as he got associated with Tampa Bay Rowdies. Now the next career is that Cole has taken the biggest step in his career which is off the field and he wants to wind down is precious time spending on the pitch. He wants to follow the footsteps of Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard. He would be taking a management position at the Rowdies although he won’t be the main coach. This particular job does belong to former Leeds and Wolves defender Neill Collins.

Cole has now become an assistant manager and makes his first steps to become a manager. This will give him a better proposition to clubs in England next season if at all Cole wants to get back to the country. But the surest thing is that the Three Lions team may require someone who could make a magic moment like Cole did that night in Germany.