Director of Football
Jez came to the club in May 2006 to re-create and head up the youth system, and joined the Board of Directors in 2009.
He was asked to take on the role of Caretaker Manager in February 2011 and then agreed to take the First Team Manager’s job permanently in May 2011.
After holding the managers position for 20 months Jez stepped back upstairs in October 2012 to assume the role of Director of Football, overseeing all football matters in a new structure with Richard Money appointed as Head Coach.
Jez also continues to manage the Youth & Community Trust and keeps an active role within the youth development scheme.
Richard Money joined Cambridge United in October 2012 as Head Coach.
Money, who has also managed in Sweden and Australia, was appointed as part of a new structure at the club which saw Jez George return to his previous position of Director of Football.
The former Walsall and Luton Town manager has responsibility for all first team matters and brings a wealth of experience to the club.
Club physio since 2004, Greg Reid's first involvement with the U's came in 1996 when when he needed to do a clinical placement for one of his physiotherapy courses.
That placement led to part-time work for the Youth Development department, which eventually became a full-time role as Youth Team physio two years later and the step up to his current role in 2004.
But his first sporting love was boxing and Greg boxed from the age of 11 to 17, then moved into coaching and was England coach for a couple of European Championships abroad with the Amateur Boxing Association before gaining an interest in physiotherapy.
A highly-qualified, well-respected and popular member of the backroom staff, Greg is responsible for the well-being, treatment and rehabilitation of all the players and scholars at the club.
Head of Sports Science
Matt Walker re-joined Cambridge United in the summer of 2012.
Walker, who is employed as part of the Cambridge United Youth & Community Trust, had a previous spell with the club as the Centre of Excellence Manager before leaving in 2010.
Walker works directly with the first team and scholars, assisting the Head Coach and Youth Team Coach with the physical loading and conditioning of players in those squads.
In addition to this he delivers the teaching role as part of the scholars BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport.
Arriving at the R Costings Abbey Stadium in December 2014, 41-year old Alan adds further experience to the U’s footballing operation. He will assist Head Coach Richard Money, who he previously worked with at Luton Town.
A former central defender who started his career with Newcastle, Alan played over 50 games for the Toon, likewise Southampton, before a further spell in the Premiership with Fulham. He moved on to Grimsby, Luton, Tamworth and Salisbury prior to rejoining the Hatters as Youth Development Coach in 2008.
He became First-Team Coach shortly after, then Caretaker Manager before Richard Money’s arrival at Kenilworth Road in October 2009. Assistant to Richard for the majority of his tenure, Alan had further stints as caretaker in March 2012 and February 2013, reverting to his coaching role on both occasions.
The holder of five Welsh caps, German-born Alan left the Hertfordshire club in July, but now adds valuable knowledge to the U’s backroom staff.
A former manager in the club's Centre of Excellence, Ben's prior experience with Scout Network and Scout7 led to him taking on scouting duties for the Cambridge United first team. He was later appointed to the permenant role as Chief Scout, and has been a key part of building the U's successful scouting network.
Ben's football career goes back to his early years, having been played in youth schemes at Charlton Athletic and Luton Town, as well as representing Scotland Under 17s at International level.
Youth Team Coach
Mark is in his second spell at Cambridge United, having worked in the youth department when Cambridge United was in the Football League. When that scheme closed down, Mark left to join Southend United.
He was born in Cambridge and is a lifelong U's fan.
Mark will is responsible for coaching the scholars and all the associated aspects of the scholarship programme.
His role also encompasses managing the CRC team in the Ridgeons Premier League, and he works closely with Jez George and Nolan Keeley to ensure the continuation of scholars graduating into the first team squad.