Paul Jewell

Paul Jewell

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Paul Steven Jewell (born 28 September 1964) is a former English footballer who is currently the manager of Ipswich Town.

His playing career started with Liverpool before moving to Wigan Athletic and then a ten-year spell with Bradford City. He had a short loan spell with Grimsby Town but when his playing career ended he became part of the coaching staff at Bradford.

He was appointed manager in 1998 and took City to the Premier League before resigning and becoming manager of Sheffield Wednesday. He returned to Wigan to win a second promotion to the Premier League, but resigned a day after he kept them up in the 2006–07 season. He later joined Derby County on 28 November 2007, before resigning 13 months later. He became Ipswich manager in January 2011.

Playing career

Born in Liverpool and educated at De La Salle School, Jewell began his career as an apprentice with home-city club Liverpool, but because of the dominance of Ian Rush and Kenny Dalglish he never made a first-team league appearance and pursued his career elsewhere.

In December 1984, Jewell moved to Wigan Athletic for £15,000. He made his league debut for Wigan against Rotherham in a 3–3 draw. He played a total of 137 league appearances with Wigan, scoring 35 goals before moving to Bradford City in an £80,000 deal. Terry Dolan brought Jewell to Valley Parade in June 1988 as part of a re-building exercise after the club failed to win promotion to Division One in......
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