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16530 Bake Parkway, Suite 101

Irvine, California,92619

United States

Company Description

Football.com is an Internet media company focused on football. By providing the broadest and richest content, Football.com seeks to cultivate the ultimate online interactive and personalized experience for each Football.com visitor. The principals of Football.... more

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Employment History

Manager

Reading Football Club


Technical Director

The Crystal Palace FC Academy


Manager

Bristol City Football Club Limited


Wycombe


Lower League Merseyside club Tranmere Rovers


Affiliations

Ingimarsson

Founder


Education

Quarry Bank Grammar School


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economics

Liverpool University


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university degree


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Portsmouth FC Club Contacts

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Director of Football: Steve Coppell


Crawley Town FC promoted to League One - GFS - Global Freight Solutions News

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This has been their first season in the football league and the club has undergone many changes including the appointment of Steve Coppell as Director of Football as well as the signings of Leon Clarke and Gary Alexander.


Patron Steve Coppell | Study Centre at Crystal Palace Football Club

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Steve Coppell was born in Liverpool in 1955 he attended Quarry Bank Grammar School in South Liverpool.
He joined the Lower League Merseyside club Tranmere Rovers in 1974 so that he could study for a degree in Economic History at the University of Liverpool, where he also coached the football team. In the 1970 & 80s Steve Coppell was considered to be one of the most talented wide players in the 1970s and early 80s until his playing career was cruelly cut short by a knee injury during England duties. Steve began his professional football career with Tranmere Rovers then very quickly attracted the attention of Manchester United, joining them in February 1975. Whilst rampaging up and down the right wing for United he still managed to complete his degree, truly an inspiration. With Steve's performances United were able to move from the second tier to the First Division [as it was at that time!]. Whilst at Old Trafford he scored 54 goals, played in 3 FA Cup Finals, 1976, 77 & 79-winner against his hometown Liverpool in the 77 final and during his time at United he made 42 appearances for the full England team. After his knee injury terminated his playing career, Steve moved into management with Crystal Palace [1984-1993], one of the youngest managers in the Football League, guiding the Eagles back to the top flight in 1989 after we had dropped into the second division under Alan Mullery. Steve also led the Eagles to their only FA Cup final appearance against the club for whom he had represented three times in the same final. Steve actually managed Crystal Palace on a further three occasions 1995-96, 1997-98, 1999-2000 and we were delighted when he accepted the role of the Patron of the Study Centre at CPFC early in January 2012. Steve has gone on to manage a few other clubs, Manchester City; Brentford; Brighton & Hove Albion; Reading and Bristol City. Steve guided the Royals to many record breaking landmarks-33 unbeaten Leagues games, English League record for number of points scored 106! Steve was awarded League Managers Association's manager of the year for both the Championship and the entire league, whilst also topping the Tissot League for Managers' Performance. Steve is now the Director of Football at Crawley Town.


Crawley Town FC History

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Steve Coppell arrived at the club as Director of Football and with Caretaker Manager Craig Brewster guided Reds to a second successive promotion after a 1-0 win at Accrington Stanley secured League One football in third place.


Staff Profiles

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STEVE COPPELL, DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL
Steve is one of the most widely-respected figures in the English game thanks to a stellar career both as a player and then manager. He made 322 appearances and scored 53 goals during eight years at Manchester United after joining them from Tranmere in 1975 and he also won 42 England caps and represented his country at the 1982 World Cup. After a knee injury curtailed his career Steve successfully turned to management and in 1984 began the first of four spells with Crystal Palace, leading them to the 1990 FA Cup final, a year after guiding the club into the First Division. He had two further spells with Palace either side of a period as manager of Manchester City and he was back at Selhurst Park for a fourth time in 1999 before successful stints at Brentford and Brighton. In 2003 he moved to Reading and three years later guided them into the Premier League for the first time in their history. After leaving Reading in 2009 he had a spell in charge of Championship club Bristol City. Steve was appointed Director of Football in April 2012 and guided Reds to promotion to League One alongside Craig Brewster.


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