Kevin Phillips

Where is Kevin Phillips now?

A prolific striker at every club he played for, Kevin Phillips finally retired from playing at the age of 40 after winning promotion to the Premier League at the end of the 2013-14 season with Leicester City.

Upon retiring, Kevin Phillips stayed on at Leicester City as assistant first team coach as well as continuing his media career as a match day analyst and pundit.

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In September 2015, Phillips left his role at Leicester City to take on the assistant coach role at Derby County working as manager Paul Clement’s number two.

When Clement was sacked by Derby and replaced by Nigel Pearson, Phillips stayed on in his role having worked with him before at Leicester City.

In 2015 Phillips was awarded the Sir Tom Finney Award in recognition of his achievements in Football League competitions which included 270 goals.

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Kevin Phillips: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forAston Villa, Birmingham City, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Sunderland

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