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Alan Devonshire
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Full name Alan Ernest Devonshire
Date of birth 13 April 1956 (1956-04-13) (age 64)
Place of birth    Middlesex, England England
Playing position Midfielder
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
000?–1976
1976–1990
1990–1992
Total
England Southall
England West Ham United
England Watford

0000(?)
358 0(29)
025 00(1)
383+ (30+)   
National team
1980–1983 England England 0000(0)
Teams managed
1997–2000
2003–2011
2011–2015
2015–
England Maidenhead United
England Hampton & Richmond
England Braintree Town
England Maidenhead United

Alan Ernest Devonshire (born April 13, 1956), is a former English footballer who is currently manager of non-league side Maidenhead United. Devonshire played as a midfielder and made his name at West Ham United. He also played for the national England team, winning eight caps. He finished his playing career at Watford.

During his managerial career, he had a successful spell at Maidenhead United F.C..

On 23 May 2011, Devonshire was appointed the manager of newly-promoted Conference National club Braintree Town.

Maidenhead United FC
Maidenhead United F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Dunn · 2 Clerima · 3 Steer · 4 Ellul · 5 Davies · 7 Fenelon · 8 Comley · 9 Cassidy · 10 Kelly · 11 Mensah · 14 Whitehall · 15 Twumasi · 16 Sheckleford · 18 Akintunde · 19 Upward · 24 Massey · 27 Sekajja · 28 Smile ·

  • Manager: England Alan Devonshire
    Maidenhead United FC
Current National League South managers

Gill (Bath City) · Wheeler (Billericay Town) · Driver (Braintree Town) · Stringer (Chelmsford City) · Collier (Chippenham Town) · Scopes (Concord Rangers) · Flanagan & Coyle (Dartford) · White (Dorking Wanderers) · Rose (Dulwich Hamlet) · Bradbury (Eastbourne Borough) · Doswell (Havant & Waterlooville) · Moore (Hemel Hempstead Town) · Herring (Hungerford Town) · Hayrettin (Maidstone Town) · Jones (Oxford City) · Baker & Underwood (Slough Town) · Allinson (St Albans City) · McKimm (Tonbridge Angels) · Brennan (Wealdstone) · Goldberg (Welling United) · Molesley (Weymouth)

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