Steve Clarke

Steve Clarke

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Stephen "Steve" Clarke (born 29 August 1963 in Saltcoats) is a Scottish association football player and coach, currently the assistant manager at Liverpool. He played for St. Mirren, Chelsea and Scotland, winning three major trophies with Chelsea towards the end of his career. After retiring as a player he moved into coaching and has worked as an assistant manager for Newcastle United, enjoyed successes working alongside Jose Mourinho for Chelsea, and then alongside Gianfranco Zola at West Ham United.

Playing career

Spotted whilst playing for Beith Juniors, Clarke started his professional football career with St. Mirren. He was transferred to Chelsea for £422,000 in February 1987. He was a part of the Chelsea sides which won the 1997 FA Cup Final, 1998 Football League Cup Final and 1998 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final. The latter game, against VfB Stuttgart in Stockholm, was Clarke's final appearance for the club. In 2005 he was voted into Chelsea's centenary XI, occupying the right-back berth.

Coaching career

Newcastle United

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