Graham Hyde

Where is Graham Hyde now?

Former Premier League midfielder Graham Hyde retired from playing in 2008 after dropping down into non-league with Fleet Town.

Starting his career in 1988 with Sheffield Wednesday he went onto make nearly 350 first team appearances for five professional clubs winning promotion to the Premier League with Birmingham City in 2002.

Having already tipped his toe in football management as player/ assistant manager with Halesowen Town in 2006, he joined Redditch United as manager in 2011 and successfully led them to Southern League Premier Division safety before resigning after just nine months

He then had a brief spell as assistant manager before joining his former team mate Andy Sinton as his assistant at Telford United and had two games as temporary manager before resigning in March 2013.

Having previously coached at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Birmingham City and the West Bromwich Albion academy Hyde made a brief return to management in January 2017 when he joined former side Halesowen Town as first team coach.

Since July 2017 he has been working for Birmingham City as part of their community trust’s football and education programme

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Graham Hyde: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances159
Goals11
Yellow Cards24
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forLeeds United, Sheffield Wednesday

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com