Stephen James "Steve" Coppell (born 9 July 1955) is an English former footballer, manager and director of football with Jamshedpur FC having last held the position of director of football at Portsmouth. As a player, he was a highly regarded right winger known for his speed and work rate. He won domestic honours with Manchester United and represented England at the World Cup. After a knee injury ended his playing career, he went into management. He has managed Bristol City, Brighton & Hove Albion, Manchester City, Brentford and most notably Crystal Palace and Reading, both which he took from the English second tier to each club's greatest-ever successes in the Premier League. He is also credited with discovering players such as Ian Wright, a striker he signed from non-league football, and who became a household name and international footballer. Coppell has a degree in economics which he gained at Liverpool University while playing for Manchester United.
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|Coaching Experience||2016 to 2017 in Kerala Blasters FC
2017 to in Jamshedpur FC
|Playing Experience|| to in Manchester United
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