Mark Kennedy

Where is Mark Kennedy now?

A tricky left winger who moved to defence in his later years, Mark Kennedy retired from playing in 2012 after spells with Wolverhampton Wanderers, Manchester City, Wimbledon and Ipswich Town.

Once the most expensive teenage footballer in history when he moved from Millwall to Liverpool, Kennedy made 466 career appearances, scoring 32 goals in a 20-year career.

He also represented the Republic of Ireland national side on 34 occasions.

Upon retiring from playing he joined Ipswich Town’s academy as manager of their under 21’s development squad.

In 2016 Kennedy made a return to his former club Manchester City as manager of their academy under 15’s side but left after his two-year contract expired

He then joined up with Sol Campbell at Macclesfield Town as his first team coach until Campbell left to join Southend United.

In September 2019 Kennedy joined his former club Wolves as an academy coach before making the move into full management in his current role as manager of Macclesfield Town in January 2020.

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Mark Kennedy: Premier League Statistics

NationalityIrish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances93
Goals2
Yellow Cards4
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forLiverpool, Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Wimbledon

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com