Where is Jason Euell now?
Having spent the bulk of his career in the Premier League with four different clubs, Jason Euell eventually hung up his boots in 2012 after a spell playing for AFC Wimbledon in League Two.
Domestically, Euell won promotion to the Premier League via the play-off’s with Blackpool in 2010 as well as the League One title with Charlton Athletic in 2011.
He also represented the Jamaica national side on three occasions scoring one goal.
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Upon retiring Euell returned to former club Charlton Athletic as coach of their under 16’s team before a promotion to his current position as head coach of the under 21’s side in September 2013
In October 2015, after the dismissal of Addick’s first team manager Guy Luzon, Euell was appointed as interim first team coach.
Despite impressing during his time with the first team he returned to his role with the under 21’s in February 2016 after failing to agree a deal to stay on as a first team coach.
In July 2018, he graduated from the The FA’s highest coaching qualification – The FA Level 5 (UEFA Pro) in Coaching Football course.
A year later he was appointed as a coach for the England under 20’s side as part of the FA’s Elite Coach Placement Programme.
Euell is also an ambasasdor for “Kick it Out”, the campaign to kick racism out of football.
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Jason Euell: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Charlton Athletic, Blackpool, Middlesbrough, Wimbledon|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com