- Jordan Hadaway is the youngest manager in football at the age of 18 and he is attached with Real Madrid
- The youngster is currently coach of Welsh side Caerwys FC at night and a student during the day
- Jordan will officially begin work at the Santiago Bernabeu during the summer to take charge of young lads
Jordan Hadaway has began his career with Spanish side Real Madrid after he was recently named the world's youngest senior football manager.
The 18-year-old who is a student at Liverpool Hope University will be in charge of young English talents in Britain.
Hadaway will resume school in the morning then take charge of men twice his age at Welsh club Caerwys FC.
Then in the summer, he will be working as a clinic coach for the former European champions.
Hadaway earned his UEFA B coaching badge was asked how he was able to manage players twice his age and he said: "Despite my age, I always felt confident about earning the respect of the lads.
"I said to them, 'Just tell me If you don't want me here.'
"The oldest of the senior pros is 36. But I keep the matured guys close to me while the younger ones are left more to their own devices.
"Do they call me gaffer? Yes, they do, and it's still quite strange!
"And I'm not afraid to dish-out a rollicking if necessary - though I haven't had to give one yet as we've been doing so well."
Hadaway started his quest in becoming a manager since he was 16 and a few years later, he has attained the highest level of the profession.
He worked his way up from coaching kids to Caerwys FC's first team manager and have attracted the attention of one of the most successful clubs in Europe.
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