Frank Sinclair

Where is Frank Sinclair now?

After spending a large part of his career in the Premier League with Chelsea and Leicester City, Frank Sinclair eventually moved down the leagues, ending up with non-league side Colwyn Bay in 2012.

After initially signing as a player, Sinclair was appointed player manager of the Welsh side in 2013 and managed to keep them from relegation by winning their last six games of the season.

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Sinclair resigned from his position at Colwyn Bay in January 2015 and returned to playing with Conference North side Brackley Town where he also assisted with the coaching.

In September 2015, Sinclair was put in temporary charge of Brackley Town in a caretaker role for three games before a new manager was appointed.

At this time Sinclair was also working at Oldham Athletic as a player development coach and U16’s coach.

At the end of the 2015 Frank Sinclair was back in football management when he was appointed as manager of non league Hednesford Town.

Unfortunately his spell at the club was short-lived and he left the club in March 2016 after only two victories in his 13 games in charge there.

A spell coaching on a voluntary basis at Stoke City’s academy preceded a return to first team coaching for Sinclair in September 2017 when he joined non-league side Radcliffe Borough as assistant manager to head coach Jon Macken.

Away from his coaching roles Frank Sinclair also appears as a pundit on Chelsea TV and is a regular guest on their Friday Night Live show.

He also works as a senior consultant for Rubix Sports Management who specialise in the recruitment of players and managers in the Asian market.

Follow Frank Sinclair on Twitter @FrankMSinclair 

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Frank Sinclair: Premier League Statistics

NationalityJamaican
PositionDefender
Appearances288
Goals8
Yellow Cards68
Red Cards5
Premier League Teams Played forChelsea, Leicester City

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com