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.
In retirement Tim Breacker has gone into the coaching and scouting side of the game and holds the UEFA Pro licence.
Initially working as a coach under Ian Holloway at Queens Park Rangers, he followed him to Plymouth Argyle and also Leicester City before leaving the latter by mutual consent when Holloway was sacked in 2008.
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In 2009, Breaker was back in football when he joined Phil Parkinson at Charlton Athletic as assistant manager but both were sacked in 2011 after the club was taken over by new owners.
In 2011 Tim Breacker joined Millwall as a scout before a brief spell as first team coach in 2012.
He then linked up with Phil Parkinson again at Bradford City as the club’s chief scout before following him to Bolton Wanderers in June 2016 in the same role.
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Tim Breacker: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com