'To see Paul's visions for the Club, that worked for me' says new 'keeper coach
Jimmy Walker says he is relishing working at ‘a fantastic club like Ipswich Town’.
The former West Ham ‘keeper, who played for the Hammers in their Play-Off semi-final win over Town in 2005, left a coaching role at Sunderland to join Blues as first-team goalkeeper coach.
“I had a fantastic time at Sunderland. It’s a great club and I enjoyed it there so it was a tough decision,” Jimmy told iFollow Ipswich.
“I have worked with Paul before though and having spoken to him and listened to what he wants to achieve here, to see his visions for the Club, that worked for me.
“This is an amazing club and having the opportunity to come here and work at such a fantastic football club, I just couldn’t turn that down.”
Subscribers to iFollow Ipswich can watch the full interview with Jimmy.