Gary McAllister

Where is Gary McAllister now?

Gary McAllister finished his playing career at Coventry City in 2003 and also managed the club until 2004 before resigning so that he could spend more time with his family.

In 2008, after four years out of the game Gary McAllister returned to one of his former clubs, Leeds United as manager replacing Dennis Wise.

Unfortunately McAllister was sacked midway through his second season after a string of poor results.

In 2010, after a short spell at Middlesbrough as first team coach, Gary McAllister was appointed assistant manager at Aston Villa under his former manager at Liverpool Gerard Houllier.

McAllister left the club when Alex McLeish took the reigns in 2011.

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In April 2015 Gary McAllister was named the Scottish Football Supporters Association’s first ambassador.

McAllister was back in football coaching in July 2015 when he was appointed Liverpool’s new first team coach working with Brendan Rodgers.

Unfortunately the role was short lived, as Rodgers was sacked by the club three months later and Jurgen Klopp was appointed bringing in his own staff.

Upon Klopp’s appointment McAllister was removed from his first team duties and moved into an ambassadorial role for the club.

McAllister currently works for BT Sport as one of their pundits and match analysts for their coverage of Scottish football.

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Gary McAllister: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forCoventry City, Leeds United, Liverpool

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