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Alan Reeves (footballer)

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Full nameAlan Reeves
Playing positionCentre back
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Alan Reeves (born 19 November 1967 in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England) is a former English football player.

He was known primarily as a reliable centre half for Football League clubs, although he did have Premier league experience with Wimbledon. He also played for Gillingham, Chester City, Rochdale and Swindon Town, where he played out his career, also as a player/coach, before becoming assistant mananger.

Reeves served as assistant manager for Brentford, from where he left with manager Scott Fitzgerald on April 10, 2007 after the club's relegation. He interviewed for the vacant Crawley Town manager role in May 2007, but was unsuccessful in receiving the job, reportedly due to differences with then chairman James Moore.

His twin brother David, also played professional football for a number of clubs and has most recently been a coach at Gainsborough Trinity.

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