Jason Wilcox

Where is Jason Wilcox now?

Having spent the majority of his career with Blackburn Rovers where he won the Premier League title in 1995, Jason Wilcox retired from playing in 2006 after a short spell with Blackpool.

During his 17-year career Wilcox played over 400 professional domestic games as well as winning three caps for England on the international stage.
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Upon retiring from playing he joined the commentary team on BBC Radio Lancashire as well as writing a regular column for the Lancashire Telegraph.

Making a return to football in 2012, Wilcox was appointed manager of the Manchester City’s under 13’s academy team and after a successful season where his team beat all before them he was promoted to under 18’s manager in 2013.

Wilcox had continued success with his young charges when they won the North Division under 18’s title in his first year in charge.

He also helped to oversee the Manchester City academy’s relocation from their old Platt Lane training ground to its current location in east Manchester.

When Pep Guardiola joined the club in 2017, Wilcox was promoted to head of academy coaching with former Everton player Lee Carsley replacing him as coach of the under 18’s.

In June 2017, he was appointed as the club’s interim academy director after Mark Allen left to join Rangers as their new director of football.

Wilcox was appointed in his current role as Manchester City’s academy director on a full-time basis in October 2017.

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Jason Wilcox: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forBlackburn Rovers, Leeds United

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