Rufus Brevett

Where is Rufus Brevett now?

A solid defender throughout his playing career, Rufus Brevett finally hung up his boots after a spell playing for Oxford United in 2007.

Making over 500 first-team appearances over 19 seasons, he spent most of his career at Doncaster Rovers, Queens Park Rangers and Fulham with whom he won the UEFA Intertoto Cup with in 2002.
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Upon retiring from playing he was appointed sporting director at Swindon Town by a Portuguese consortium that was about to takeover the club, however the deal fell through at the last minute.

After that setback Brevett went into coaching and joined non-league side Bedfont Town as assistant manager whilst working towards completing his FA coaching badges.

Brevett still maintains close links with former club Fulham and used to be a regular contributor on their official website. He has also previously coached at their academy.

After working at North Oxfordshire Academy in Banbury coaching their academy football teams he was appointed manager of non-league side Arlesey Town but left after a year by mutual consent.

Brevett made a return to coaching in club football in January 2015 when he was asked to assist at Banbury United before joining Combined Counties Premier Division side Hanworth Villa as manager in 2016.

He left the club in December 2018 and now works as a coach at Complete Academy.

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Rufus Brevett: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forFulham, Queens Park Rangers, West Ham United

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