Chris Sulley

Chris Sulley

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Christopher Stephen (Chris) Sulley (born 3 December 1959 in Camberwell) is an English footballer who played as a left back. He played 401 games in the Football League and 7 games in the Scottish Football League. He is currently the Academy Manager at Leeds United.

Playing career

Sulley began his career with Chelsea, but failed to make a senior appearance before moving on to Bournemouth in March 1981. Sulley spent six years with the Cherries, making over 200 appearances before moving to Scottish side Dundee United in 1986. He featured only eight times, including one appearance at the very beginning of the club's UEFA Cup run to the final and moved back to England within three months with Blackburn Rovers, converting a loan move into a £15,000 deal.

He spent six seasons with the Lancashire outfit, during which he won the Full Members Cup and made close to 150 appearances. Sulley moved to Port Vale in July 1992, spending a season in the first team before leaving for Preston North End on a free transfer in June 1993.


After retiring in 1994, Sulley took up a coaching post with North End at their centre of excellence in 1995. From there, he moved back to Blackburn and then on to Bolton Wanderers, originally as under-19s coach, in 1998.<ref...
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