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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ex-Arsenal and England physio Gary Lewin appointed by West Ham

Gary Lewin Arsenal
Gary Lewin was on West Ham's books as a schoolboy.

Former Arsenal and England physio Gary Lewin has joined West Ham to become the club's new head of medical services.

Lewin spent 22 years at Arsenal and 18 with England -- the last six of those as the Three Lions' senior head of physiotherapy. He recently returned to Arsenal as part of the ladies' team.

The 53-year-old, who was born in East Ham and was on West Ham's books as a schoolboy before turning to physiotherapy at 19, replaces Stijn Vandenbroucke at the London Stadium.

"I am really looking forward to it," Lewin told West Ham's official website. "I have met [manager] Slaven [Bilic] a few times down the years, most memorably when I was sat on the bench when his Croatia team beat England at Wembley in 2007 to stop us qualifying for Euro 2008!

"Despite that, I am looking forward greatly to working with Slaven and also with Julian Dicks and Chris Woods, who I know from my time in football, his other backroom staff and all the players."

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