Sporting Director - Liam Sweeting
Liam Sweeting was appointed the Club's first Sporting Director in May 2021, following the departure of Executive Director Andrew Cullen.
Sweeting, previously Head of Recruitment and Analysis, joined MK Dons in March 2018, having previously worked in posts at Blackpool and Crystal Palace, and during his time at Stadium MK has enjoyed considerable success in transforming the Club’s recruitment and performance analysis departments.
In his new role, Sweeting will be responsible for the strategic direction of the Club’s ongoing football development, managing player recruitment at all levels and working closely with the Academy to maintain the pathway to the First Team.
Performance Director - Simon Crampton
Simon Crampton was appointed the Club's first Performance Director in May 2021, following the departure of Executive Director Andrew Cullen.
Entering his 16th season with MK Dons, having joined the Club as Head Academy Physio back in 2006, Crampton he has been an integral component in the football operation at Stadium MK and this will be enhanced in his new role as he provides the First Team with all the organisation, structure and performance strategies they require.
Head of Rehabilitation - Adam Ross
Lead Strength and Power Coach - Tom Bromley
Kit Manager - Harry Hagues
Academy Manager - Jon Goodman
Head of Academy Coaching - Stephen Payne
Lead Professional Development Phase Coach - Lee Collier
Lead Youth Development Phase Coach - John Bitting
Lead Foundation Development Phase Coach - Nathan Thomas
Senior Academy Physiotherapist - Lucy Juffkins
Academy Sports Therapist - Caitlin O'Reilly
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