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Rob Page
Rob Page
Personal information
Full name Robert John Page
Date of birth 3 September 1974 (1974-09-03) (age 46)
Place of birth    Llwynypia, Flag of Wales Wales
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Playing position Defender
Youth clubs
1985–1993 England Watford
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1993–2001
2001
2001–2004
2004–2005
2005–2008
2008
2008–2011
Total
England Watford
EnglandSheffield United (loan)
England Sheffield United
England Cardiff City
England Coventry City
England Huddersfield Town
England Chesterfield
215 00(2)
0000(0)
104 00(1)
0000(0)
070 00(1)
018 00(1)
056 00(1)
475 00(6)   
National team
1991–1992
1994–1995
1996–2005
1999
Flag of Wales Wales U18
Flag of Wales Wales U21
Flag of Wales Wales
Flag of Wales Wales B
0000(0)
0000(0)
041 00(0)
0000(0)
Teams managed
2014–2016
2016–2017
2017–
England Port Vale
England Northampton Town
Flag of Wales Wales U21

Robert John Page (born 3 September 1974) is a Welsh former professional footballer and manager, who now manages the Wales under-21 team. In an eighteen-year career in the Premier League and the Football League he made 550 competitive appearances for six different clubs. He both captained a team and scored a goal in all top four divisions of English football. He also gained 41 caps for Wales in a ten-year international career, captaining the side once, before he retired from international football in September 2006.

A defender, he began his career with Watford in 1993, who he would captain to two promotions, winning the Second Division title in 1997–98 and the First Division play-off final in 1999. He went on to be voted the club's Player of the Season in their 1999–2000 Premier League campaign. He was sold to Sheffield United for a £350,000 fee in September 2001, and helped the club to reach the First Division play-off final in 2003, as well the semi-finals of the FA Cup and League Cup. He signed with Cardiff City in July 2004, before moving on to Coventry City in February 2005. He joined Huddersfield Town in January 2008, before moving on to Chesterfield in May 2008 and announcing his retirement in March 2011.

He worked as a coach at Port Vale for three years before he was appointed as manager, initially on a caretaker basis, in September 2014. In May 2016, he was appointed manager of Northampton Town on a three-year contract, but was sacked in January 2017. He was appointed Wales under-21 manager two months later.

External links

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