Martin Allen is the famous soccer coach who has earned many accolades for her coaching skills and training the champions. He was born on August 14, 1965, in England. He also played in four soccer teams from 1984 to 1998. He is the most successful coach and a well-known personality in the soccer world.
His son, Charlie, is also a soccer player who played at Gillingham and took up the role of manager.
He excelled as a player and a manager of the soccer team. He is well-known by the other name called Mad dog.
He started the soccer career by playing with Queens Park Rangers and signed a contract in 1983.
He spent six years at Loftus road, where he played for the 1986 League Cup Final. He made his debut in August 1989 in 3-2 home win by defeating Plymouth Argyle. He scored the goals that have come from David Kelly and Kevin Keen. He played under the manager of Billy Bonds, won the First Division in 1991, and played the Premier League in 1993. He was blamed for the bad etiquette. He was thrown out of the match a couple of times in 1991 when played against Sheffield.
When he was part of Queens Park Rangers, Allen did not get the permission to see his newborn baby. Despite this, he visited and was punished. Allen has contributed over 34 goals while playing in the midfield and made 234 appearances. Allen was booked again for ruining the team discipline along with the other players. He was thrown out of Queens Park Rangers in 1995 for fouling Rufus Brevett. He was with Hammers until September 1995 and later moved to Portsmouth. However, then he took retirement and started his career as a coach.
According to Wiki, he is the celebrity born on August 15, 1965, and is the precious coach for soccer.
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He played over 100 games as the midfielder for West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers.
After five years, he did the job in the management of non-League Barnet. He began the second inning as the coach for soccer teams in 2013. He managed various teams such as Brent fort, Milton Keynes Dons, Cheltenham Town, Leicester City, and Notts County. He joined later as the manager in 2012 and worked for a brief period for Barnet. He had a contact for three matches after that it is taken over by Lawrie Sanchez. In 2012, he worked as a manager for Gillingham and led the football team from 2012 to 2013. However, he was terminated from the role of a manager in 2013. He joined Barnet for the fourth time in 2014 and later joined the club Eastleigh in 2016.
He started to run soccer programs in 13 towns while he was playing the game professionally. He is a UEFA Pro License holder and holds a certificate of LMA in Applied Management from Warwick University. He works for football charity and coaching for hope.
From 2004 to 2005, he managed Brent Ford and helped the team from not getting demoted out of League One.
Brentford: Supported Direct Cup in 2004
Gillingham: Football League two: 2012 to 2013
Barnet: Football Conference (2014 to 2015)