David Dunn

 

Where is David Dunn now?

A Blackburn Rovers legend who made over 300 appearances for the club, David Dunn retired from playing in 2015 after a brief playing spell at League One side Oldham Athletic.



Dunn joined Oldham Athletic in July 2015 on a one year playing deal but he found himself thrust into a player manager role when Darren Kelly was sacked in September 2015 after his side managed only one win in nine games.

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Starting off his managerial career with four consecutive draws, Dunn’s first 12 games in charge only saw two losses in all competitions.

Unfortunately Dunn’s Oldham side failed to register a victory in the next 8 games and he was subsequently sacked despite his tireless efforts in extremely difficult circumstances.

In February 2016 David Dunn joined former side Blackburn Rovers as assistant coach of their under 23’s team.

He worked alongside former Rovers team mate Damien Johnson who is currently the side’s lead coach.

After Owen Coyle left as manager in February 2017, Dunn found himself promoted to first team coach as part of new manager Tony Mowbray’s new look coaching team.

Away from football David Dunn is a partner in a members only luxury lifestyle management company called Prestige Lifestyle.

His son Isaac has inherited his father’s talent and is currently playing within the Blackburn Rovers academy.

Follow David Dunn on Twitter @daviddunny8

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David Dunn: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances252
Goals37
Yellow Cards37
Red Cards2
Premier League Teams Played forBirmingham City, Blackburn Rovers

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com

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