Where is Jamie Clapham now?
Jamie Clapham, a player with a lethal left-foot with which he scored some vital goals in Ipswich Town’s Premier League campaign in the early part of the new century finally retired from football in 2011 after a spell playing for Kettering Town.
Over a 17-year playing career, Clapham was arguably at his best during his five years at Portman Road where he won the club’s player of the year award as well as enjoying two successive UEFA Cup campaigns.
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Upon retiring he went straight into a coaching career gaining experience at one of his former clubs Lincoln City before joining Middlesbrough in 2012 as a senior professional development phase coach.
In June 2015 Clapham joined up with former Ipswich team-mate Tony Mowbray at Coventry City as a coach for the first team and their under 21’s squad.
He was on the move once again in September 2016 when he joined Paul Heckingbottom as first team coach at Championship side Barnsley but the pair were only at the club for 18 months before taking up the same roles at Leeds United.
Unfortunately they endured a difficult time at Elland Road winning just four games out of 16 and were sacked at the end of the 2017/18 season.
Jamie Clapham: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Birmingham City, Ipswich Town|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com