Steve Bould

Steve Bould

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Steve Bould

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Stephen Andrew Bould (born 16 November 1962) is an English former football player and current coach. He played professionally for Stoke City, Torquay United, Arsenal and Sunderland.

Club career

Stoke City

Born in Stoke-on-Trent, Bould signed for his hometown club Stoke City as a schoolboy in 1978, turning professional in November 1980. He made his debut at right back in a 3-2 defeat away to Middlesbrough in September 1981. However, he was unable to command a regular place in the team, and was loaned out to Torquay United in October 1982, playing nine league games for Bruce Rioch's side.

Bould slowly became a regular in the Stoke side, switching to centre half and staying loyal to them after their relegation from the First Division in 1985, although a major back injury in 1987 threatened his career, but after several operations he recovered.


He moved to Arsenal for a fee of £390,000 on 13 June 1988, and became part of Arsenal's "famous four" defensive lineup, with Tony Adams, Nigel Winterburn and his former Stoke team-mate Lee Dixon. Bould won the First Division title twice in 1988-89 and 1990-91; injury however ruled him out of the FA Cup and League Cup finals that Arsenal won in 1992-93, and his place in the team was taken by Andy Linighan who scored Arsenal's winning goal in the FA Cup final replay against Sheffield Wednesday.

After winning the Cup......
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