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Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job.

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  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player, and the current manager of League One side Wigan Athletic. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job.
  • 2020- Fleetwood town Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job.
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  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager who is currently manager of League One side Fleetwood Town. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job.
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  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player, and the current manager of League One side Wigan Athletic. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later. He managed Kendal Town for one game in 2020 covering for the self-isolating Chris Humphrey.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later. He managed Kendal Town for one game in October 2020, covering for the self-isolating Chris Humphrey.
  • 2020- Fleetwood town Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later. He managed Kendal Town for one game in October 2020, covering for the self-isolating Chris Humphrey.
  • {{Infobox football biography| name = Simon Grayson| image = Simon Grayson (2018).jpg| image_size = 200| caption = Grayson, 2018| fullname = Simon Nicholas Grayson| birth_date = 16 December 1969| birth_place = Ripon, England| height = | position = Defender| currentclub = | youthyears1 = 1984–1988| youthclubs1 = Leeds United| years1 = 1988–1992| clubs1 = Leeds United| caps1 = 2| goals1 = 0| years2 = 1992–1997| clubs2 = Leicester City| caps2 = 188| goals2 = 4| years3 = 1997–1999| clubs3 = Aston Villa| caps3 = 48| goals3 = 0| years4 = 1999–2002| clubs4 = Blackburn Rovers| caps4 = 34| goals4 = 0| years5 = 2000| clubs5 = → Sheffield Wednesday (loan)| caps5 = 5| goals5 = 0| years6 = 2001| clubs6 = → Stockport County (loan)| caps6 = 13| goals6 = 0| years7 = 2001| clubs7 = → Notts County (loan)| caps7 = 10| goals7 = 1| years8 = 2002| clubs8 = → Bradford City (loan)| caps8 = 7| goals8 = 0| years9 = 2002–2006| clubs9 = Blackpool| caps9 = 126| goals9 = 6| totalcaps = 433| totalgoals = 11| manageryears1 = 2005–2008| managerclubs1 = Blackpool| manageryears2 = 2008–2012| managerclubs2 = Leeds United| manageryears3 = 2012–2013| managerclubs3 = Huddersfield Town| manageryears4 = 2013–2017| managerclubs4 = Preston North End| manageryears5 = 2017| managerclubs5 = Sunderland| manageryears6 = 2018| managerclubs6 = Bradford City| manageryears7 = 2019–2020| managerclubs7 = Blackpool Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later. He managed Kendal Town for one game in October 2020, covering for the self-isolating Chris Humphrey.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager who is currently manager of League One side Fleetwood Town. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager who is currently manager of League One side Fleetwood Town. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, but despite leading them to promotion to the Championship he was dismissed in February 2012. He was soon back in management, taking over from Lee Clark at Huddersfield Town. He again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. But after a run of twelve games without a win he was dismissed at the end of January 2013. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, taking over from Graham Westley who had been relieved of his duties the previous week. In 2017, Grayson had a brief unsuccessful spell managing Sunderland, before becoming the manager of Bradford City in February 2018. He left Bradford City in May 2018, at the end of his contract. He returned to Blackpool as manager on 6 July 2019, eleven years after initially departing the club for Leeds United, but was sacked seven months later. He managed Kendal Town for one game in October 2020, covering for the self-isolating Chris Humphrey.
  • Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969) is an English football former player and current manager who is currently manager of League One side Fleetwood Town. As a player, he was a right back, but he was also utilised in midfield in a career that lasted from 1988 until 2006. Having started his career with Leeds United he played in the Premier League for Leicester City, Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, before moving into the Football League with Sheffield Wednesday, Stockport County, Notts County, Bradford City and Blackpool. He was appointed as player-manager of Blackpool in 2005, and a year later retired from playing to concentrate on the managerial side of his job. In 2008, he was appointed manager of Leeds United, leading them to promotion to the Championship in 2010. Dismissed in February 2012, he moved to Huddersfield Town, where he again gained promotion from League One via the play-offs, beating Sheffield United in the final. In February 2013, Grayson became the new manager of Preston North End, and later had short spells in charge of Sunderland, Bradford City and Blackpool again.
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