Where is Kevin Horlock now?
Kevin Horlock, the Manchester City legend whose goal sparked the fight back in the 1999 season play off final against Gillingham which started the club’s journey back to the Premier League, retired from playing after dropping down into non-league football with Needham Market.
Having originally joined The Marketmen in 2008 as a player/assistant manager he played a big part in the creation of the club’s academy in 2010 and spent four years as academy manager.
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He left the academy in 2015 to join Ryman League South side Chatham Town as their new manager whilst also working at the Colchester United academy with their under 18’s side.
After leaving Chatham in 2016, Horlock joined Ryman League South side, Maldon & Tiptree as manager which he worked alongside a coaching role within the Colchester United academy assisting with their under 21’s side.
In May 2018, he left his role at Maldon to take over the Colchester under 23’s.
He made a return to Needham Market a year later as the club’s academy manager before being appointed as first team manager in February 2020 in a dual-role.
Horlock has also been working with the Northern Ireland under 21’s side since 2013 and is currently one of their assistant coaches.
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Kevin Horlock: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Manchester City, Swindon Town|
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