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David Anthony Lowe (born 30 August 1965) is an English former footballer who is assistant head coach of Blackburn Rovers. He made 563 league appearances in the English Football League and Premier League, scoring 133 goals, in a career spanning 17 years. He played in the top five levels of English football, and also won two caps for the England under-21s.

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  • David Anthony Lowe (born 30 August 1965) is an English former footballer who is assistant head coach of Blackburn Rovers. He made 563 league appearances in the English Football League and Premier League, scoring 133 goals, in a career spanning 17 years. He played in the top five levels of English football, and also won two caps for the England under-21s.
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  • David Anthony Lowe (born 30 August 1965) is an English former footballer who is assistant head coach of Blackburn Rovers. He made 563 league appearances in the English Football League and Premier League, scoring 133 goals, in a career spanning 17 years. He played in the top five levels of English football, and also won two caps for the England under-21s. He began his career at Wigan Athletic in 1983, and helped the club to lift the Football League Trophy in 1985. He won a £80,000 move to Ipswich Town two years later, and helped the club to the Second Division title in 1991–92, though he spent the end of the campaign on loan at Port Vale. He was sold on to Leicester City for £250,000 in July 1992, though he returned to Port Vale on loan in February 1994, helping the "Valiants" to win promotion out of the Second Division. On his return to Leicester he found the club in the Premier League. In March 1996, he returned to Wigan Athletic for a fee of £125,000, and helped the club to the Third Division in 1996–97. He joined Wrexham for the 1999–2000 campaign, though ended it on loan at high-flying Conference club Rushden & Diamonds. He then turned his hand to coaching, and took charge of the Derby County first team for one game in January 2009.
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