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Tom Curtis (footballer)

Personal information
Full nameThomas David Curtis
Height1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing positionMidfielder

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Tom Curtis (born 1 March 1973 in Exeter, England) is an English professional footballer.

Curtis has previously played for several Football League clubs, and is perhaps best remembered for his seven-year spell at Chesterfield, where he played more than 250 games and was part of the Spireites' memorable cup run of 1996-97, where they reached the semi-finals, with Curtis scoring the winner from the penalty spot in Chesterfield's upset victory against Nottingham Forest. His other clubs include Mansfield Town, Chester City (both in a Player/Coach role), Notts County and Portsmouth.

While playing at Mansfield Town, Chester City, Nuneaton Borough and Alfreton Town, he was given the captaincy.

Curtis was appointed as the Head Coach of Loughborough University Football Team in 2007, leading the team to various trophies in his four years in the role.

In April 2008, he was appointed as the assistant coach to the English Universities squad for the 2008/09 season.

In March 2011, Curtis took up the role of Technical Director and Head Coach of the Antigua and Barbuda Football Association. With the job, comes the task of managing Antigua's sole professional team, Antigua Barracuda, in their first season in the United Soccer Leagues Professional Division (the third tier of United States Soccer).

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