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Mike Phelan
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Personal information
Full name Michael Christopher Phelan
Date of birth 24 September 1962 (1962-09-24) (age 57)
Place of birth    Lancashire, England England
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Right back / Midfielder
Nationality English
Club information
Current club England Hull City (manager)
Youth clubs

EnglandBurnley
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
EnglandBurnley
EnglandNorwich City
EnglandManchester United
EnglandWest Bromwich Albion
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National team
1989 England England 0000(0)
Teams managed

EnglandNorwich City(assistant)
EnglandBlackpool (assistant)
EnglandStockport County (assistant)
EnglandManchester United Reserves (assistant)

Michael Christopher "Mike" Phelan (born 24 September 1962), also known as Mick Phelan or Micky Phelan, is an English professional football coach and former player who is the manager at Premier League club Hull City.

Born in Nelson, Lancashire, he spent most of his playing career at Burnley, Norwich City and Manchester United, with a short spell at West Bromwich Albion before retirement. While he was with Manchester United, he also earned a single cap for England. In 2002, Norwich fans voted Phelan into the club's Hall of Fame.

After the end of his playing career, Phelan moved into coaching. He first took a position as Gary Megson's assistant at his former club, Norwich City, before following Megson to Blackpool and then Stockport County. After Megson left Stockport, Phelan was hired by another former club, Manchester United, taking over as the assistant manager of the club's reserve team. Two years later, he was promoted to become Alex Ferguson's chief first-team coach, and in 2008 he replaced Carlos Queiroz as Ferguson's assistant manager. He remained in the position until Ferguson's retirement in 2013, when Ferguson's successor David Moyes replaced the entire coaching staff. After a year out of football, Phelan was appointed as first-team coach back at Norwich City in November 2014 and took temporary charge of the club when manager Neil Adams resigned in January 2015, only to be relieved of his duties by Adams' permanent replacement, Alex Neil. A month later, he was appointed as assistant manager at Hull City under former Manchester United team-mate Steve Bruce.

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