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James Beattie
James Beattie
Personal information
Full name James Scott Beattie
Date of birth 27 February 1978 (1978-02-27) (age 42)
Place of birth    England England
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club England Leeds United (first-team coach)
Youth clubs
1995–1996 England Blackburn Rovers
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1995–1998
1998–2005
2005–2007
2007–2009
2009–2010
2010–2011
2011
2011–2012
2012–2013
Total
England Blackburn Rovers
England Southampton
England Everton
England Sheffield United
England Stoke City
Scotland Rangers
EnglandBlackpool (loan)
England Sheffield United
England Accrington Stanley
0000(0)
204 0(68)
076 0(13)
062 0(34)
038 00(9)
0000(0)
0000(0)
018 00(0)
025 00(6)
443 (130)   
National team
1996
2003
England England U21
England England
0000(4)
0000(0)
Teams managed
2013–2014 England Accrington Stanley

James Scott Beattie (born 27 February 1978) is an English football coach and a former professional footballer who played as a striker. He is the first-team coach at Championship club Leeds United.

Born in Lancaster, Lancashire, he came through the ranks at Blackburn Rovers, eventually signing professionally for them in 1995. Beattie then went on to have spells at Southampton, Everton, Sheffield United, Stoke City, Rangers, and a short spell on loan at Blackpool, before eventually returning to Sheffield United for a second term. When signed by Everton, and for his first spell at Sheffield United, he commanded the highest fee ever paid for a player by each club at that time.

External links

Leeds United AFC
Leeds United F.C. squad - 2019–20

1 Meslier · 2 Ayling · 3 Douglas · 4 Forshaw · 5 White · 6 Cooper (c) · 9 Bamford · 10 Alioski · 11 Roberts · 13 Casilla · 14 Nketiah · 15 Dallas · 17 Costa · 19 Hernández · 22 Harrison · 23 Phillips · 28 Berardi · 30 Miazek · 33 Hosannah · 34 Struijk · 36 Gotts · 38 McCalmont · 40 Davis · 43 Klich · 44 Bogusz · 46 Shackleton · 47 Clarke · 48 Stevens · 49 Casey ·

Accrington Stanley Football Club - Managers

Hinksman (1968–75) • Baron (1977–82) • Cook (1982–84) • Keenan (1984–86) • Pierce (1986–89) • Staley (1989–94) • Whalley (1994–96) • Allen (1995–96) • Greenwood (1996–97) • James (1997–98) • Rodaway (1998–99) • Harrison (1999) • Coleman (1999–2012) • Richardson (2012) • Cook (2012) • Richardson (2012–2013) • Beattie (2013–14) • Coleman (2013–)

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