Where is Jason Dodd now?
A club legend at Southampton, former captain Jason Dodd retired from playing in 2006 after joining up with his former Southampton team mate Francis Benali at non league Eastleigh.
After initially starting as head coach at Eastleigh he was offered the manager’s position a month later.
He stayed in the role for a year before he resigned and joined Southampton as first team coach under George Burley.
When Burley left the club Dodd was appointed caretaker manager but left at the end of the season.
In 2009 after a brief spell as caretaker manager of Aldershot Town Jason Dodd once again returned to his former club Southampton as director of their famous academy.
He also coached the Southampton under 18’s academy team.
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In 2014 both Dodd and former team mate Paul Williams were controversially sacked by Southampton for allegedly not spending enough time with their under 16’s squad.
Dodd and Williams helped bring through a number of players into the first team squad including Luke Shaw, Callum Chambers and James Ward-Prowse.
Later that year both Jason Dodd and Paul Williams were back in football when they joined Gosport Borough as assistant coaches. Dodd left after just over a year at the club.
Jason Dodd is now head of football at Winchester College where he develops coaching programmes for all age groups.
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Jason Dodd: Premier League Statistics
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