David Platt

Where is David Platt now?

After a career that included spells in Italy with Bari, Sampdoria and Juventus, David Platt retired from playing in 2001 after playing a handful of games for Nottingham Forest.

Having gained some managerial experience after a short spell as coach of Sampdoria, Platt returned to England to manage Nottingham Forest.

After two largely unsuccessful seasons at The City Ground, Platt left the club to take charge of the England under 21 squad in 2001.

Although his side reached the 2002 under 21 European Championships they were unfortunately knocked out in the group stages. 

Platt left his role as manager of the England Under 21’s after failing to reach the 2004 under 21 European Championships.

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In 2010, David Platt was back in football management as first team coach to former Sampdoria team mate Roberto Mancini at Manchester City.

He was promoted to assistant manager in 2012 before leaving the club when Mancini departed the following year.

In May 2015 Platt was appointed manager of Indian side FC Pune City for the 2015 Indian Super League season.

He left the club after just one season with his team finishing the campaign in 7th position in the league, winning just 4 of 14 games.

David Platt also works as a pundit and match analyst on various channels including Sky Sports.

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David Platt: Premier League Statistics

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