Where is Kevin Gallen now?
Considered a legend at Queens Park Rangers and the sixth highest scorer in the club’s history, Kevin Gallen retired from playing in 2013 after a brief spell with non league side Aylesbury United.
Upon retiring from playing, Gallen returned to Queens Park Rangers as an academy coach but was controversially sacked by email after a short spell back at the club.
Kevin Gallen has passed all of his coaching badges and is looking to move into management one day.
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In August 2015 Gallen returned to one of his former clubs, MK Dons as a regional scout.
His role at the club includes scouting opponents and potential transfer targets in the south of England.
Kevin Gallen also co-owns and operates 2Touch Football coaching.
In July 2017, Gallen was appointed in his current role as first team coach and football advisor at non-league Dunstable Town where he joined up with business partner and manager of the side Tony McCool.
In the same year Gallen was signed up by Playon as one of their ambassadors. Founded by former England international Viv Anderson Playon is a global network of sports professionals which provide ex-players with an opportunity to keep earning and maintaining their value in retirement.
The network also assists with some of the main issues ex-professionals are faced with when they retire from professional sports such as depression and anxiety.
Follow Kevin Gallen on Twitter @kevingallen10
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Kevin Gallen: Premier League Statistics
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