Where is Matt Elliott now?
After a long career, mostly in the Premier League with Leicester City, Matt Elliott retired from football in January 2005 after a brief spell on loan at Ipswich Town.
After a couple of years out of the game Elliott returned to football as assistant manager at Hednesford in 2008.
He left this role in 2009 to pursue other business interests but made a return to football to become assistant manager of Oadby Town.
After a short stay at Oadby he moved onto Stafford Rangers where he joined as assistant manager to Tim Flowers, eventually replacing him when Flowers resigned in 2011.
Unfortunately Elliott was unable to prevent the club getting relegated and resigned from his post in May 2011
Elliott owns the Matt Elliott Football Development Scheme, a football academy project based in Leicestershire.
He also coaches the under 15’s and under 16’s teams at Leicester City’s academy.
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In November 2013 Elliott decided to take on a fresh new challenge in Thailand as head coach of Thai Premier League side Army United but left in June 2014 to focus on his coaching at Leicester City’s academy.
Elliott is also a co-commentator and match summariser for BBC Radio Leicester.
In 2015, Matt Elliott joined Leicester’s De Montfort University as football development manager.
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Matt Elliott: Premier League Statistics
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