Mark Crossley

Where is Mark Crossley now?

A massive fan’s favourite during his time at Nottingham Forest in the 1990’s, Mark Crossley announced his retirement at the end of the 2010-11 whilst in a player/ coach role at John Sheridan’s Chesterfield.

When Sheridan was sacked in 2012, Crossley along with Tommy Wright took charge of the team temporarily in a caretaker capacity.

He left Chesterfield in April 2013 and in August of the same year he joined former club Sheffield Wednesday as an academy goalkeeping coach.



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In March 2014 Crossley joined Barnsley as their new goalkeeping coach and in May 2015 he joined the Northern Ireland U21 coaching team combining both roles.

When Dean Saunders took over as manager of Chesterfield in May 2015 he brought Crossley back to the club as goalkeeping coach.

Upon John Sheridan’s appointment as manager of Notts County in May 2016, Crossley joined him at the club as his assistant manager.

Mark Crossley also has a superb reputation on the after dinner speaking circuit with some great stories about his Forest days under Brian Clough.

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Mark Crossley: Premier League Statistics

NationalityWelsh
PositionGoalkeeper
Appearances204
Goals0
Yellow Cards2
Red Cards1
Premier League Teams Played forFulham, Middlesbrough, Nottingham Forest

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com