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  • neilcox.pngAssistant Manager; Neil Cox

    Neil James Cox was born October 8th, 1971 in Scunthorpe, England.

    Cox began his professional playing career as a homegrown player for Scunthorpe United back 1990, having spent six years with the club.

    Before making a move to Aston Villa in 1991, three years later he became the first £1 million pound transfer for Middlesbrough. Throughout his playing career, he racked up over 550 appearances in the game.

    Enjoying a fruitful career which also included Bolton Wanderers, Watford, Cardiff City, Crewe Alexandra and finally joining Leek Town as a player-manager in 2011.

    On October 10th, 2012, Cox teamed up with his former teammate Neal Ardley to become AFC Wimbledon's Assistant Manager, a position which he held until joining Notts County in November 2018.


    Head of Coaching; Mark Burton

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    Goalkeeper Coach; Jake Kean

    Jacob Kendall Kean was born February 4th 1991 in Derby, England.

    Kean started his playing days at Blackburn Rovers, after coming through the Derby County academy. The 6ft 4in goalkeeper has played for a total of 13 professional teams, however, during his professional career, he's only made around 114 appearances to-date.

    He arrived at Meadow Lane after leaving Mansfield on a short term deal.

    Kean is available for selection but mostly is seen as the clubs goalkeeping coach.


    Lead Professional Development Coach; Craig Gordon

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    Performance Analyst; Jimmy Redfern

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    Strength and Conditioning Coach; Erik Svendsen

    Erik Svendsen was born November 25th 1990 in /Place of Birth/, Norway.

    Svendsen spent a year in military service for Royal Norwegian Air Force, before making his way into strength and conditioning for Sports BU.

    He then spent 5 years with Watford FC, starting as a sports science intern, moving his way up to the 1st team.

    In 2018, he moved to Crawley Town where he took the role as their fitness coach.


    Head of Medical Services; Marco Ferreira

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