Where is Steve Chettle now?
Nottingham Forest legend Steve Chettle spent 13 years at the City Ground, eventually retiring in 2005 after a season playing non-league football with Ilkeston.
He went onto make 527 appearances for Forest in all competitions winning the League twice, the old Second Division title and he was also a member of the squad which finished third in the Premier League in 1994-95.
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Upon retiring from playing Chettle went into coaching and opened a soccer school in 2007 which still operates as part of the East Midlands Sports Academy.
He also went into club coaching and returned to Nottingham Forest where he coached the under 13’s and also the under 18’s side before leaving to join non-league side Ilkeston FC as assistant manager and academy manager.
Chettle left after 18 months to join Nuneaton Town as assistant manager before joining the newly-formed Ilkeston Town as their new manager in July 2017.
In addition to this role he also worked as a part-time coach at League Two side Notts County but moved into a full-time coaching role alongside manager Kevin Nolan in August 2018 and subsequently left Ilkeston.
Unfortunately, Nolan was sacked just nine days later but this gave Chettle the opportunity to temporarily take charge in a caretaker manager capacity which he shared with his former Forest team-mate Mark Crossley.
When Nolan’s full-time replacement Harry Kewell was also sacked in November 2018, Chettle once again took over as caretaker manager before reverting back to his first team coach role when Neal Ardley was appointed.
In July 2019, he joined his current side Basford United as manager.
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Steve Chettle: Premier League Statistics
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