Bristol City’s first team assistant manager Marco Chiavetta has left the club following their relegation to the FA Women’s Championship according to reports on The Robins’ official website.
The 33-year-old has worked with Bristol City over the course of the last three years, proving vital support to first team managers Tanya Oxtoby and Matt Beard. Chiavetta has also held a role as youth technical director of the Bristol City Regional Talent Centre (RTC) and academy.
With Bristol City set to play their football in the FA Women’s Championship next season, some changes will undoubtedly be made over the summer and first team assistant manager Chiavetta becomes the club’s first official departure.
Chiavetta has a long history of working within the football industry in Bristol after also previously spending time with Bristol Rovers where he held a range of positions including The Pirates’ mens’ Under-16 academy coach and kit manager. He has also worked in a coaching capacity with the men’s and women’s GB university teams in previous years.
Upon leaving Bristol City, Chiavetta has thanked his fellow staff members and the club’s players for their efforts during his time with The Robins. The talented coach, who boasts a UEFA A licence, is sure to have plenty of success in the game in future roles.