Where is Dave Beasant now?
Famed for saving the first ever penalty kick in an FA Cup Final, Dave Beasant played his last competitive game at the age of 43 whilst turning out for Brighton and Hove Albion.
Since retiring from playing Beasant has been heavily involved in the coaching side of the game.
Upon leaving Brighton and Hove Albion he joined up with former Wimbledon team mate Lawrie Sanchez at both Fulham and the Northern Irish national team as goalkeeping coach.
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In 2008 Dave Beasant joined the Spanish based Glenn Hoddle Academy as a senior coach and in 2012 he joined Bristol Rovers as a part time goalkeeping coach.
In 2014, Dave Beasant joined Stevenage as goalkeeping coach where his son Sam Beasant was playing at the time.
Due to a goalkeeping crisis at the club, Stevenage were forced to name 56-year-old Beasant as a substitute for their play off semi-final in May 2015.
Beasant left Stevenage in June 2015 following the departure of manager Graham Westley but joined Reading as their new goalkeeping coach later that month.
Dave Beasant: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Nottingham Forest, Southampton|
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