Is Jack Clarke still at Spurs?

Is Jack Clarke still at Spurs?

Clarke signed a contract extension with Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur until 2023 on July 2, 2019. Clarke returned to Leeds on loan for the remainder of the 2019-20 season as part of the agreement that sent him to Tottenham on the same day.

He made his debut against West Ham United in a 3-1 win at White Hart Lane. In doing so, he became only the fourth player in Leeds United history to score on their first appearance for the club. The other three are Peter Lorimer, Gary McAllister and Tyler Walker.

Clarke has also represented England at every level from under-16 through to international football. He scored twice in the UEFA European Under-17 Championship final in 2003 when England lost 4-2 to Portugal.

He went on to play 63 times for his country between under-17 and under-21 levels before moving to Tottenham. There he won two FA Cups and one League Cup during five seasons with the club.

After leaving Tottenham, Clarke had short spells with Barnsley and Huddersfield Town before joining Leeds United in January 2018. He has since gone on to make over 100 appearances for his new club and helped them secure their highest ever position in the English league system - sixth place - ahead of this season.

Who did Steve Clarke manage before Scotland?

Scotland's improvement under Clarke, who was hired in May 2019, has led to speculation that the 57-year-old may return to club football after the Euros. Clarke formerly worked as an assistant manager at Aston Villa, Liverpool, West Ham United, Chelsea, and Newcastle United. He also managed West Bromwich Albion, Reading FC, and Kilmarnock.

Clarke took over a team that had been beaten by 10 goals on aggregate in the first round of Euro 2016 qualifying. His side finished second in their group, ensuring they would remain in Europe. This is Scotland's best finish since 2008 when they also finished second in their group.

Before becoming Scotland's manager, Clarke had a successful career as a player, making more than 150 appearances for various clubs including Aston Villa, Liverpool, West Ham United, and Newcastle United.

He started out at Villa as an apprentice before making his professional debut in the English Premier League in October 1990 against Manchester City. He moved to Liverpool four years later, where he spent three seasons before joining West Ham United in 1993. It wasn't until 1995 that he returned to England's top flight when he signed with Newcastle United. He left St James' Park after one season to join Chelsea, but didn't make an appearance for the club. In 1998, he returned to England's top flight when he signed with Aston Villa again. He ended his playing days at 32 after two seasons with the Villains.

Where did Steve Clarke play for St Mirren?

John Hollins signed "Clarkey" from St Mirren for PS400,000 and made his debut as a substitute in a 2-2 draw against Norwich. He was a right-back by trade, but he made his entire debut at centre-half in an injury-plagued Chelsea defense that lost 1-0 to Watford in the FA Cup fourth round.

His older brother, Paul, was a footballer, who played in more than 350 games for Kilmarnock. Spotted while playing for Beith Juniors, Steve began his professional football career with St Mirren. Clarke was initially on a part-time contract with St Mirren while he completed an apprenticeship as an instrument engineer.

Clarke was elevated to assistant manager after a term in charge of Chelsea's junior teams when Jose Mourinho was named manager in the summer of 2004. Clarke was a member of Mourinho's coaching staff when Chelsea won two FA Premier League crowns, an FA Cup, and two League Cups in three seasons.

Clarke was named manager of the Scotland national team in May 2019 on a contract that would last through the completion of 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying. On his debut, the Scots defeated Cyprus 2-1 at home in UEFA Euro 2020 qualification on June 8.

Is Jack Rodwell still at Sunderland?

Rodwell joined Blackburn Rovers on a one-year contract when his contract with Sunderland expired in June 2018. The next year, he departed Blackburn and joined Sheffield United in January 2020.

He has been capped by England at under-19, under-20, and under-21 levels.

Rodwell started his career at Manchester City before moving to Sunderland in 2016 for £1 million ($1.35 million). He played 31 games and scored twice for the Black Cats before joining Blackburn Rovers a year later.

Here are all the updates related to Jack Rodwell:

May 2019: Rodwell has agreed to join Championship club Sheffield United on loan until the end of the season.

April 2019: Rodwell has been given a one-month ban by the Football Association after being found guilty of misconduct during his dismissal from the game last month. The defender was sent off during an FA Cup tie against Cambridge United for kicking out at the assistant referee. He will be able to play again on May 12.

March 2019: Rodwell has signed a new one-year contract with Blackburn Rovers that will keep him at Ewood Park until the summer of 2020.

Is Steve Clarke Scottish?

Stephen Clarke (born August 29, 1963) is a Scottish professional football manager and former player who now serves as the manager of the Scotland national team. Clarke played for St Mirren, Chelsea, and Scotland, winning three major championships with Chelsea at the conclusion of his career.

When did Steve Clarke become assistant manager at Chelsea?

Clarke was elevated to assistant manager after a term in charge of Chelsea's junior teams when Jose Mourinho was named manager in the summer of 2004. Clarke was a member of Mourinho's coaching staff when Chelsea won two FA Premier League crowns, an FA Cup, and two League Cups in three seasons.

He has been described as "Mourinho's right-hand man" and "his deputy". Although not a British citizen, he has been given a work permit for this role. As such, he is exempt from requiring a visa.

Before joining Chelsea, Clarke had been assisting John Terry for four years. During that time they won two FA Cups together at Stamford Bridge. Before working with Terry, Clarke had also worked with England while he was manager of the under-21 team.

They first met while playing for Manchester United, where Clarke was a defender. They then moved to Chelsea together in 1998. At Chelsea, he became one of Jose Mourinho's key players and was often used in midfield. He has been credited with creating many chances for his team mates and earning praise from critics for his performance in several matches during the 2001–02 season.

After four years at Chelsea, he left the club to take over at West Bromwich Albion. However, his tenure at The Hawthorns was short-lived and he returned to Chelsea after only one season.

When did Steve Clarke leave Liverpool Football Club?

Clarke resigned from Liverpool on May 14, 2012, following the dismissal of manager Kenny Dalglish and the club's eighth-place finish in the 2011-12 Premier League. The club turned down the offer, however Clarke left the club on June 6, 2012, following the hiring of new manager Brendan Rodgers. Clarke claimed that Liverpool fired him.

When was the last time Steve Clarke played for Chelsea?

He lasted with Chelsea until 1998, appearing in 421 games. He was a member of the Chelsea teams that won the FA Cup in 1997, the Football League Cup in 1998, and the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1998. Clarke's final outing for the club was against VfB Stuttgart in Stockholm. He was sent off after only 15 minutes for handling the ball outside the penalty area; Chelsea lost 1-0.

Clarke started his professional career with Wimbledon in 1990, making 46 appearances and scoring five goals before moving to Leicester City for £750,000 in January 1991. He helped the Foxes win the First Division title in 1991–92 and earn promotion to the Premier League the following season. In 1995–96 he scored 21 goals as Leicester finished as runners-up to Manchester United. The following year they reached the FA Cup semi-finals before losing to Everton.

At the end of that season he moved to Chelsea for a fee of around £750,000. He went on to make 421 appearances for the west London side, scoring 78 goals.

Chelsea were one of eight English clubs to compete in the first ever UEFA Champions League in 1992–93. They made it to the quarter-finals where they were knocked out by local rivals Tottenham Hotspur. However, the competition wasn't very popular at the time so there was no prize money involved.

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