James Beattie

Where is James Beattie now?

After playing and scoring goals at the highest level, James Beattie dropped down the leagues eventually playing for Accrington Stanley with whom he retired with at the end of the 2012-13 season.

In May 2013 James Beattie was appointed Accrington Stanley’s new manager and despite having no previous experience he led them to a respectable mid-table finish in his first season.

In September 2014 Beattie left the club by mutual consent.

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James Beattie was also a pundit and match analyst for BT Sport, the BBC and Sky Sports during the 2014-15 season

In July 2015 Beattie was back in football coaching when he was appointed as a first team coach at Swansea City, joining up with former Southampton team mate Garry Monk.

Unfortunately, Beattie’s stay at Swansea was a brief one as he left after six months when Garry Monk was sacked after a bad run of Premier League results.

James Beattie made a return to coaching in June 2016 when he joined Garry Monk at Leeds United as his first team coach.

When Monk surprisingly left Leeds to join Middlesborough at the end of the 2016/17 season, Beattie joined him at the club as his first team coach.

Unfortunately the pair were only at the club for seven months before they got the sack.

Away from football Beattie works for sports recruitment company Sport Careers as a director where he assists with the development of their services as well as their ongoing market growth.

He is also co-owner of innovative electric golf trolley company ProCaddie.

Follow James Beattie on Twitter @1jamesbeattie

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James Beattie: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forBlackburn Rovers, Blackpool, Everton, Southampton, Stoke City

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