Match day recovery session – Issue 5 (December 2010)
Tony Daley is fitness coach at Barclays Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers. The 43-year-old took up the position at Molineux in 2007 having previously filled coaching roles at Sheffield United, Aston Villa and Forest Green Rovers.
As a player, Daley was a livewire winger, shooting to prominence in Graham Taylor’s successful Aston Villa side of the late 1980s, and later won seven England caps under the same manager. Indeed, the Birmingham-born flanker would be signed twice more by Taylor before the end of his playing days.
He made over 200 appearances for Villa before switching to Wolves in 1994, though appeared only 21 times in four years after injured curtailed his progress. He finished his career with spells at Watford, Walsall and Forest Green Rovers.
Daley has a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports and Exercise Science from Wolverhampton University.
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