Curtis Fleming

Where is Curtis Fleming now?

Having spent much of his career in the Premier League with Middlesbrough, Curtis Fleming hung up his boots in 2005 after a brief spell at Shelbourne in his native Ireland.

In 2006 he joined the team at Setanta Sports as a pundit before briefly joining Middlesbrough as a youth coach.

In 2007 he joined Scottish team Livingston as assistant manager before joining former team mate Dougie Freedman at Crystal Palace as development coach in 2012.

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When Freedman left Crystal Palace for Bolton Wanderers in 2012, Curtis Fleming followed him in the capacity of first team coach but left in 2014 when Freedman was relieved of his duties.

In June 2015 he joined up with fellow Middlesbrough legends Craig Hignett, Bernie Slaven and Gary Pallister as a coach at their Reds Football Academy.

Curtis Fleming was back coaching in professional football in February 2016 when he joined up with former team mate Craig Hignett as his first team coach at Hartlepool United.

In December 2016 Fleming joined up with Ian Holloway at Queens Park Rangers as his first team coach having previously worked with him at Crystal Palace.

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Curtis Fleming: Premier League Statistics

NationalityIrish
PositionDefender
Appearances146
Goals2
Yellow Cards21
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forMiddlesbrough

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com