Stephen Clemence

Where is Stephen Clemence now?

Stephen Clemence, a gifted footballer whose career was unfortunately marred by injuries, retired from playing in 2010 at the age of 32 after a spell playing in the Championship with Leicester City.

Clemence was always held in high regard by supporters of all the clubs he played for due to the passion and drive he displayed in his perfomances on the pitch.

He was part of the Tottenham Hotspur side that struggled in the Premier League in the late 1990’s but he did win the League Cup during his six-year spell at the club.
 
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In the summer of 2010, shortly after he had announced his retirement, Clemence first dipped his toe into coaching when he was appointed as a reserve team development coach at
Sunderland, linking up with his former manager at Birmingham City, Steve Bruce.

When Bruce was appointed manager of Championship side Hull City in the summer of 2012 he immediately recruited Clemence as manager of their reserve team and promoted him to first team coach two years later

A successful four years at Hull City came to an end for Clemence in October 2016 when he joined the recently appointed Bruce at Aston Villa as his first team coach.

During this period he successfully completed his UEFA Pro License.

The pair enjoyed a successful first season in the Midlands but their Villa side won just one game in nine during August and September in their second season which ultimately led to their dismissal at the start of October 2018.

When Bruce was appointed as the new manager of Sheffield Wednesday in January 2019 he brought in Clemence once again as first team coach but the pair left the club six months later to join their current side Newcastle United.

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Stephen Clemence: Premier League Statistics

NationalityEnglish
PositionMidfielder
Appearances176
Goals6
Yellow Cards26
Red Cards0
Premier League Teams Played forBirmingham City, Tottenham Hotspur

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com