Ricki Herbert

Ricki Herbert

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Ricki Lloyd Herbert, CNZM (born 10 April 1961) is a former New Zealand football player who represented his country at the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain. He is currently head coach of both the New Zealand national team, and A-League club side Wellington Phoenix.

Playing career

Herbert represented New Zealand at age group level, playing for the New Zealand under-20 side

Herbert made his full international début in a 4–0 win over Mexico on 20 August 1980 at the age of 21, and featured in all 15 matches of the All Whites’ World Cup qualifying campaign which for the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain. Herbert was a substitute for the loss against Scotland, but was reinstated to the starting eleven for both USSR and Brazil as New Zealand failed to claim any points in their first World Cup finals appearance.

At club level, he represented a number of teams in his homeland and played in the Australian league. He had his greatest success with Mt Wellington AFC where he won three league championships during two spells with the club and two Chatham Cup triumphs.

In 1982 Herbert spent some time at Southampton FC, where he made a few...
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