Manny LagosSporting Director
Lagos became the club’s first Sporting Director at the end of the 2015 season, assuming responsibility for all player recruitment, acquisition and development as well as overseeing the sporting staff on a day-to-day basis.
Mark WatsonTechnical Director
Watson is a former Canada national team defender and assistant coach and has played for Seattle Sounders FC, Vancouver Whitecaps FC and D.C. United. He managed San Jose Earthquakes and Orlando City SC, the latter as an assistant under Heath in 2014, before joining MNUFC in 2017.
Amos MageeDirector of Player Personnel
Magee joined Minnesota United as the Director of Player Personnel in November 2016 and is responsible for assisting Sporting Director and former teammate Lagos in player evaluation, recruitment and building Minnesota’s roster.
Adrian HeathHead Coach
Minnesota United announced in November 2016 that Heath would become the club’s first MLS coach. Heath has over 20 years of managerial experience in the U.S. and England and enjoyed an 18-year professional playing career in Europe.
Ian FullerAssistant Coach
Fuller is a Portland native and first met Heath when he joined Austin Aztex in 2010. He was promoted to player-assistant coach for the club’s USL journey and was then tapped to join the coaching staff full time as an assistant coach when Orlando joined MLS. Fuller is a familiar name to the MNUFC fanbase; he joined Minnesota for the club’s final NASL season.
Sean McauleyAssistant Coach
McAuley joined MNUFC in 2020 after two seasons with Orlando City SC as an assistant coach and six with Portland Timbers, where he helped guide the Timbers to the 2015 MLS Cup championship. The Englishman began his coaching career in 2006 at for the academy at English side Sheffield Wednesday F.C. for seven years. Wednesday’s academy developed several players that went on to sign for the first team under his guidance.
Stewart KerrGoalkeeping Coach
Kerr joined MNUFC in 2020 after spending two seasons with Western Conference side Vancouver Whitecaps and four seasons of additional MLS coaching experience. The native of Bellshill, Scotland, began his coaching career in his home country, working with Airdrie United during the 2008-09 Scottish First Division season, then moved to Motherwell FC in the Scottish Premier League from 2009 to 2011.