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Theo Foley
FOLEY
Personal information
Full name Theo Foley
Date of birth 2 April 1937(1937-04-02)
Place of birth    Flag of Republic Ireland Ireland
Date of death    June 26, 2020(2020-06-26) (aged 83)
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
Flag of Republic Ireland Home Farm
England Burnley
England Exeter City
England Northampton Town
England Charlton Athletic
   
Teams managed
0000–1986
1986–1990
England Millwall
England Arsenal

Theo Foley (2 April 1937 – 26 June 2020) was an Irish former footballer and football manager/coach.

Death

Foley died on 26 June 2020, aged 83.

Honours (as coach)

Arsenal

  • Football League Cup, 1987 
  • Football League Cup Runner-Up, 1988 
  • Mercantile Credit League Centenary Trophy, 1988 
  • Football League Division 1 Championship, 1988–89

External links

Charlton Athletic Football Club - Managers

Rayner (1920–25) · MacFarlane (1925–28) · Lindon (1928) · MacFarlane (1928–32) · Lindon (1932–33) · Seed (1933–56) · Trotter (1956–61) · Hill (1961–65) · Stokoe (1965–67) · Firmani (1967–70) · Foley (1970–74) · Nelson (1974–80) · Bailey (1980–81) · Mullery (1981–82) · Craggs (1982) · Lawrence (1982–91) · Curbishley & Gritt (1991–95) · Curbishley (1995–2006) · Dowie (2006) · Reed (2006) · Pardew (2006–08) · Parkinson (2008–11) · Powell (2011–14) · Riga (2014) · Peeters (2014–15) · Luzon (2015) · Fraeye (2015–16) · Riga (2016) · Slade (2016) · Robinson (2016–) ·

Millwall Football Club - Managers

Kidds (1890–99) · Stophers (1899–00) · Saunderss (1900–10) · Lipsham (1911–18) · Hunter (1918–33) · McCracken (1933–36) · Hewitt (1936–39) · Voisey (1940–44) · Cock (1944–48) · Hewitt (1948– 55) · R. Gray (1956–58) · Seed (1958–59) · Smith (1959–61) · R. Gray (1961–63) · W. Gray (1963–66) · Fenton (1966–74) · Jago (1974– 77) · Foleyc (1977) · Petchey (1978–80) · Longc (1980) · Anderson (1980–82) · Kitchenerc (1982) · Graham (1982–86) · Docherty (1986–90) · Pearsonc (1990) · Rioch (1990–92) · McCarthy (1992–96) · Evansc (1996) · Nicholl (1996–97) · Docherty (1997) · Bonds (1997–98) · Stevens (1998–99) · Stevens & McLeary (1999–2000) · Gritt & Harfordc (2000) · McGhee (2000–03) · Wise (2003–05) · Claridge (2005) · Lee (2005) · Tuttle (2005–06) · Burns & McLearyc (2006) · Spackman (2006) · Donachie (2006–07) · Shaw & Westc (2007) · Jackett (2007–13) · Lomas (2013) · Harris & Fitzgeraldc (2013–14) · Holloway (2014–15) · Harris (2015–19) Barrettc (2019) Rowett (2019–)

Northampton Town Football Club - Managers

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