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Mike Mulvey to join Thailand's Police Tero logo 05-06-2017

Thai League club Police Tero are set to unveil former A-League championship-winning coach Mike Mulvey as their new manager on Monday.

Police Tero, who were formed this year through a merger of BEC Tero Sasana and Police United, have failed to win their last five games in Thailand's top flight and sit 10th in the 18-team competition.

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A post on Police Tero's Facebook page announced that Mulvey will take over from Uthai Boonmoh.

Mulvey, 54, last coached Terengganu in the Malaysia Super League as a caretaker having previously worked there as their technical director, while he also coached Sabah in the same competition.

The Manchester-born coach won the 2013-14 premiership-championship double in the A-League with Brisbane Roar.

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Mulvey replaced Rado Vidosic in December 2012 when the latter was sacked before being dismissed himself in November 2014.

Police Tero have a press conference scheduled for Monday evening AEST where Mulvey will be presented to the local media.

Mulvey joins ex-Adelaide United coach Aurelio Vidmar in working in the Thai League, with the latter in charge of fourth-placed Bangkok Glass.

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