Stuart Pearce

Stuart Pearce


Stuart Pearce

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Stuart 'Psycho' Pearce MBE (born 24 April 1962) is an English football manager and former player. He is currently the manager of the England national under-21 team. As a player Pearce captained both the England national football team and Nottingham Forest.

He retired as a player in 2002, by which time he was playing for Manchester City. He remained with the club as a coach until being promoted to the manager's job in 2005. He was manager of the club for two years before being dismissed. He is now full-time manager of the England U-21 team, a position he previously held part-time while still Manchester City manager.

Playing career

Early career

Born in Hammersmith, London, Pearce first attended Fryent Primary School in Kingsbury, North West London before attending Claremont High School in Kenton. He failed a trial at and then rejected an offer from , instead settling into a career in the non-league game with his local side, , while training and working as an electrician and plumber. For almost five years, he was the first choice full back for the team, then amongst the biggest names of non-league football in the Alliance Premier League.

Coventry City

In 1983 Wealdstone received an unexpected offer of £30,000 (then a huge sum for a semi-professional player) for Pearce from then top-flight club Coventry City. Sky Blues manager Bobby Gould had been to watch Wealdstone, and was impressed by Pearce's determination and combative attitude. Pearce agreed to the step up in...
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