Frank Yallop

Frank Yallop

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Frank Walter Yallop (born 4 April 1964) is an English-born Canadian former professional football (soccer) player. He is currently the head coach of San Jose Earthquakes in Major League Soccer.

Watford-born Yallop spent the majority of his playing career in England, spending 13 years and making over 300 appearances for Ipswich Town, including playing in the first three seasons of the Premier League. He also played in Major League Soccer for the Tampa Bay Mutiny, and earned 52 caps for the Canada national football team.

Playing career


Although he grew up in Vancouver, Yallop played professional football for nearly 20 years in England and the United States. In 1983, at age 19, Yallop signed a professional contract with Ipswich Town, for whom he would play 385 games (in all competitions), scoring 8 goals. He oversaw their relegation from the First Division in 1986, but stayed loyal to the club and helped them win promotion six years later to the new FA Premier League, where they stayed for three years before being relegated once again. Yallop remained at the club for a further season after this.

In the later years of his Ipswich career, he played alongside fellow Canadian Craig Forrest.

One of his eight goals for the Tractor Boys came in February 1993 as they beat Premier League title favourites Manchester United 2-1 at Portman Road, a result which saw Ipswich occupy fourth place in the league and spark hopes of a late run to the title, but instead a slump in form...
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