Rhodes makes move over the Pennines

Wednesday lose goalkeeping coach
Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeping coach Andy Rhodes has left Hillsborough, moving to Oldham Atheltic where he takes on the role of assistant manager under former Latics team mate Frankie Bunn.
53-year-old Rhodes has been coaching the goal keepers at Hillsborough for 8 years and during that time he has worked with some excellent experienced custodians like Chris Kirkland and Keiren Westwood. He has also assisted in the development of highly rated youngsters currently in the Owls first team squad in the shape of Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson and so he leaves big boots to fill in that role. 
Former Owls keeper Kevin Pressman recently left his position as coach at Championship rivals Millwall and speculation has linked him with a return to Hillsborough to take the position left vacant by Rhodes.
It remains to be seen whether the departure of Andy Rhodes will have an impact on the future of his son, Jordan Rhodes at Hillsborough. The former Huddersfield striker has failed to make the desired impact since his big money move from Middlesbrough and has been linked with a move away this summer with interested clubs thought to include Glasgow Rangers.