Where is Terry Phelan now?
After 17 years in English football, Terry Phelan moved to the USA to join Charleston Battery as player coach in 2001.
Phelan spent four seasons at the club before joining Otago United in New Zealand, again in a player coach capacity.
Unfortunately after a string of bad results and after four years Phelan was sacked by the club in 2009.
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Following a spell as player mentor and development coach at the International Football Development Academy and as a coach at the Wigan Athletic academy Terry Phelan went onto coach at the Liverpool centre of the Templegate Training Academy on a part-time basis.
Terry Phelan was a member of the 1988 FA Cup winning Wimbledon side and he also won a Football League First Division champions medal with Fulham in 2001.
He also represented the Republic of Ireland on 42 occasions and featured in the 1994 World Cup in the USA.
In April 2015 Phelan was appointed as technical director of Indian Super League’s Kerala Blasters grassroots programme.
When Peter Taylor was sacked as coach of the Kerala Blasters first team in November 2015, Phelan looked after the team on a caretaker basis for four weeks.
Since April 2017 Phelan has been working for the Muthoot Pappachan Group (MPG) as the the technical director of their football academy.
Phelan also occasionally works as a match analyst and pundit for Indian channel Ten Sports.
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Terry Phelan: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Chelsea, Fulham, Everton, Manchester City|
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