Mike Adams (football coach)
|Full name||Michael Adams|
|Date of birth||1959 (age 56–57)|
Mike Adams (born 1959) is the manager of the Grenada national football team.
He was appointed as the national team's head coach/manager in February 2011.
Prior to this he has been used as a consultant to the national team, he was appointed in January 2004 by the Grenadian Football Association. He attracted players such as Delroy Facey to play for the Spiceboyz. Adams managed Grenada at the 2005 Caribbean Cup, guiding the team out of the group stage before being knocked out by a second-round defeat by St Vincent and the Grenadines.
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