Steve Cotterill

Steve Cotterill

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Steve Cotterill

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Stephen John Cotterill (born 20 July 1964) is an English former footballer who is the current manager of Portsmouth.

Playing career

Cotterill started his playing career in the non-leagues as a forward who could play centrally or in wide positions, playing semi-professionally at clubs like Cheltenham Town, Alvechurch and Burton Albion. He then signed his first professional contract, with Wimbledon, after a £120,000 deal was done with Burton. He made 44 appearances in four years at Wimbledon and went out on loan to Brighton & Hove Albion to recapture his fitness following a serious cruciate knee-ligament injury. This led to further games at the Dons and he turned down a £500,000 bid from Southampton before finally moving on again to Bournemouth.

Cotterill signed for Bournemouth in the summer of 1993 for the fee of £120,000. He was out of contract and this fee was set by the then Transfer Tribunal. In three years at Bournemouth he got his career back in good shape scoring 15 goals in 45 league starts for the club. While at the club he picked up three player of the season awards but had to finish his career in 1995 after another bad knee injury from which he was unable to fully recover.


Sligo Rovers

Following on from Lawrie Sanchez, Sligo Rovers appointed Cotterill in 1995. He led the club to third place in the Premier Division of the League of Ireland and his side also reached the League of Ireland Cup final, where they lost on penalties to Shelbourne....
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