Former Jamaica international Michael Johnson moved into coaching after hanging up his boots in 2009 following 18 years as a pro, during which time he made over 100 appearances each for Notts County, Birmingham City and Derby County.
Footballer Lee Johnson has over 400 senior appearances to his name, and has recently taken his first steps into coaching.
As a player, Malta-born Dylan Kerr turned out for Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds United, Reading and Kilmarnock amongst others – a skilful leftback who enjoyed a 19-year playing career.
Kenny Jackett has been in charge of Millwall since November 2007.
Dave Jones was announced as the new manager of npower League One side Sheffield Wednesday at the start of March 2012.
Since moving into coaching in 1988, Paul has amassed a wealth of knowledge and experience that he now uses in his varied roles as County Performance Coach, Northern Ireland Under-17s manager and Head of Development at Irish side Institute.
Peter Jackson is a vastly experienced football coach, having first moved into management with Huddersfield Town in 1997.
Most recently, Mike Kelly worked as assistant to Roy Hodgson at Liverpool in the Barclays Premier League.
Graeme Jones is assistant manager to Roberto Martinez at Barclays Premier League side Wigan Athletic.
Steve Kean landed the manager’s job at Blackburn Rovers in December 2010, successfully leading the Lancashire side to safety last season in the Barclays Premier League.