Tim Flowers

Where is Tim Flowers now?

An English Premier League winner with Blackburn Rovers, Tim Flowers retired from playing in 2003 after securing promotion to the Premier League with his final club Leicester City.

In retirement he went straight into coaching and had roles at both Manchester City and Leicester City before he was appointed assistant manager to Iain Dowie at Coventry City.

He followed Dowie to Queens Park Rangers and Hull City as assistant manager before joining Stafford Rangers in his first managerial post. He only lasted nine games before resigning in 2011.

Tim Flowers then took on the role of goalkeeper coach at Northampton Town and stayed there for just over two years before briefly joining Kidderminster Harriers in 2014 as first team coach.

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In July 2014 Tim Flowers joined up with Stuart Pearce at Nottingham Forest as goalkeeping coach but left the club when Pearce was sacked in February 2015.

He rejoined Kidderminster Harriers in June 2015 as one of their backroom coaching staff – his third spell at the club.

In September 2015, after a management reshuffle at the club, Flowers was asked to take over as Kidderminster Harriers head coach but he instead chose to leave the club.

Tim Flowers made a return to football six months later with Championship side Fulham as their new goalkeeping coach.

He was originally appointed as coach until the end of the 2015/16 season but stayed on at the club after the season had ended and is still there today.

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Tim Flowers: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forBlackburn Rovers, Leicester City, Southampton

Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com