Pa-Modou Kah and Andy Quy Make Moves at Charlotte FC
Andy Quy has signed a new contract with Charlotte FC, officially returning as an assistant coach. He originally joined the Club ahead of the inaugural season as Head Goalkeeper Coach, later being named Interim Assistant Coach.
The Englishman has over a decade of experience in the Premier League with Stoke City, along with successful stints in the Championship with Brentford FC and Burton Albion, and holds his UEFA A Coaching Licence.
Christian Fuchs, Charlotte FC’s captain during the Club’s inaugural season, will transition to the coaching staff as an assistant coach following his retirement from professional soccer.
The former Austrian national team captain had a storied, 19-year career that featured a Premier League title with Leicester City. He finished his career with 577 total club appearances and 78 caps for Austria, culminating with his final season at Charlotte FC where he made 27 appearances as club captain.
Fuchs currently holds his UEFA B Coaching Licence and is in the process of earning his UEFA A Coaching Licence.
Pa-Modou Kah, who also joins as an assistant coach, is an experienced former defender with four years of Major League Soccer (MLS) experience after two seasons each at the Portland Timbers and Vancouver Whitecaps.
Prior to his time in MLS, the Norwegian’s career featured stops across the world, including a league title in Norway with Vålerenga along with stints in Sweden, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. He also has 10 caps for the Norwegian national team.