Where is Tim Breacker now?
The first choice right-back at West Ham United for much of the 1990’s, Tim Breacker retired from playing in 2001 after a two year spell at Queens Park Rangers.
Starting his professional career in 1983 with Luton Town he went onto make over 550 first team appearances for three sides and was a League Cup winner in 1988 when The Hatters achieved a shock victory over Arsenal.
Upon retiring from playing Breacker went into the coaching and scouting side of the game, working as a coach under Ian Holloway at Queens Park Rangers, Plymouth Argyle and Leicester City.
He then joined Phil Parkinson at Charlton Athletic as assistant manager but both were sacked in 2011 after the club was taken over by new owners.
After a spell scouting for Millwall he linked up with Parkinson again at Bradford City and then Bolton Wanderers where he currently works as chief scout.
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Tim Breacker: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com