Cheerleader: Jones, Carter, Donovan, and Stubler seconderont Sherman

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Mike Sherman became the 24th head coach of the Montreal Alouettes last December 20.

The Montreal Alouettes announced on Wednesday the identities of the coordinators that seconderont the work of their new head coach, Mike Sherman.


Thus, Khari Jones (offensive coordinator), Khalil Carter (coordinator defensive), Mickey Donovan (coordinator of special units) and Rich Stubler (special advisor to the coordinator defensive) to join the staff of Sherman in the season 2018.


Jones began his coaching career in 2009 with the Tiger-Cats to Hamilton, where he led the quarter in its first two seasons before being named head of the attack the following year. In 2012 and 2013, he led the quarter of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, helping the team win the Grey cup. A native of Hammond, Indiana, the coach of the 46-year-old has enjoyed a career of 11 seasons as quarterback in the CFL.


Carter, 41 years old, was for a 2015 coach of the halves on the defensive with the Calgary Stampeders. Over the past two campaigns, the Stamps have maintained the best average of the points allocated. As a player, he retired in 2010 after a career in the NFL, the CFL, the Arena Football League and NFL Europe. He wore the sweater of the Alouettes in 2008, as well as those of the Toronto Argonauts and the Buffalo Bills. Before beginning his coaching career in the CFL, Carter has also been a coach at various levels.


A native of Laconia in the New nh made, Donovan was the head coach of the Stingers at Concordia University in 2014. The man, 37-year-old started his coaching career in 2007 at the University of Western, where he led the secondeurs. During his four years at Western, he was also in charge of special units and recruitment. In 2011 and in 2013, he participated in the training camp of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts as a coach prompted. In 2011 he held the position of coordinator defensive for the Redmen from McGill University.


As for Stubler, he has over 30 seasons within a coaching staff in the CFL and won the Grey cup in five occasions. The coach, 68-year-old of Garfield, Colorado, began his career in 1983 with the Tiger-Cats to Hamilton, where he worked for seven years as responsible for the defensive. Stubler has been with the Argonauts, notably as the head coach, in 2008 — the Edmonton Eskimos, the Lions of British Columbia and the calgary Stampeders.