Experience

Birmingham City FC – Community Director – 1994 – 1997

My role was to lead all aspects of the Birmingham City Fc Community football program and
work in conjunction with a number of strategic partners such as; Professional Football Association (PFA), The Football Association, County Associations a number of borough councils across the West Midlands, schools and colleges to help deliver key corporate aims with a particular focus on strong, quality and growth and sustain projects and programmes. Work with Line Managers in order to keep within the allocation of budgets. Deliver on a wide range of Community initiatives such as Girls Development, Disability Programme, Holiday Courses, In Schools & After School coaching clubs, FA Coaching Qualifications, NVQ Qualifications, Match Day activities. Oversee a workforce of full time and part time staff.

Managers and Personnel worked with at Birmingham City FC

Karen Brady

Managing Director

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Karen introduced me to the business side of football and how to implement business strategies she overseen all aspects of the club including the community programme.

Terry Cooper

Manager

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Terry had a terrific knowledge of the game which was embedded from his playing background having worked under great managers as a player such as Don Revie at Leeds United Fc and Sir. Alf Ramsey for England. He passed this onto players and staff very well in both training sessions and games.

Barry Fry

Manager

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Barry was a larger than life character and was exceptional at motivating players. He was also very astute in his buying of players and was always willing to give players a chance to perform in the 1st team.

Trevor Francis

Manager

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Trevor was an experienced manager having managed Queens Park Rangers FC and Sheffield Wednesday FC. Trevor also had a tremendous playing career having played abroad and worked with some of the greatest mangers in the game as well as representing his country