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Julian Timothy Darby (born in Farnworth, Lancashire on 3 October 1967) is a former English footballer who played for his local club Bolton Wanderers from 1986 to 1993, scoring 36 goals in 270 league appearances. He scored in the 1989 Sherpa Van Trophy final, with Bolton beating Torquay United 4 1 at Wembley, in a side captained by future Derby boss Phil Brown. He subsequently joined Coventry City in 1993 but after 50+ games for them was transferred to West Bromwich Albion on 16 November 1995, making his debut for them shortly afterwards against Sunderland. In 1997 he moved to Preston North End, and following a loan spell at Rotherham United he transferred to Carlisle United in 2000 before retiring as a player in 2001.

He started his coaching career at Preston and became first-team coach. He joined Billy Davies as first-team coach at Derby County in 2006. In January 2009 he again joined up with Billy Davies when he was appointed first team coach at Nottingham Forest FC. He left in June 2011 following the departure of Billy Davies from the club and the appointment of his successor Steve McLaren.

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