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Declan Devine

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Date of Birth September 15, 1973
Age 48 years, 1 months, 25 days
Place of Birth Derry
Country United Kingdom
Profession Football Coach
Horoscope Virgo

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Declan Devine Biography

Declan Devine is a famous Football Coach, who was born on September 15, 1973 in United Kingdom. According to Astrologers, Declan Devine's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Declan Devine (born 15 September 1973 in Derry) is a Northern Irish football coach and former footballer who is the current manager of Derry City in the League of Ireland Premier Division. Devine previously managed the Candystripes between 2012-2014 but was controversially sacked prior to the 2014 season.

Devine began his career with Ipswich Town but was unable to make the breakthrough at Portman Road and returned home. Devine then plied his trade with a number of Irish League clubs as well as Derry City and won the Ulster Young Footballer of the Year Award in 1994 when playing for Roy McCreadie’s Omagh Town side. Devine was capped right up to U-21 level with Northern Ireland, winning an U-21 cap in a 0–0 draw against Romania in 1994. He tasted success with Glentoran, helping them to defeat Glenavon in the Irish Cup final in the 1995–96 season. However, at the end of that season Devine moved to the Brandywell for a combined fee of £42,000 which included Liam Coyle, where he provided backup to Tony O’Dowd as Derry City went on to win the title. Devine was restricted to a limited number of appearances and his highest profile appearance was that in the 1997 FAI Cup final. Derry City, aiming for the double, were rocked with the news of the sudden death of the younger brother of Tony O’Dowd just days before the final and Devine stepped up to take his place between the sticks. They were defeated 2–0 by Shelbourne in Dalymount Park on a weekend where football very much took a back seat. Devine remained at the Brandywell for the start of the 1997–98 season but again found his opportunities limited and returned to Omagh Town. He was on the move again the following season and ended up with Institute, becoming one of the many players who have played for the two clubs in the Derry.

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Having stopped playing at the end of the 2001–02 season, Devine became involved in coaching at an underage level. He returned to Derry City as the Youth Development officer in 2003 and was initially involved in the delivery of the community coaching and Football in the Community programmes which were run by the club at that time. The installation of former teammate, Gavin Dykes, as manager in 2003 meant a promotion for Devine and he took on the role of first team coach. Stephen Kenny opted to retain Devine as first team coach when he arrived at the club the following season, and the back room setup, including Paul Hegarty, guided Derry City to successive second-place finishes as well as success in the FAI Cup, League Cup and memorable European runs. Following this success, Kenny lured Devine to join him at Dunfermline Athletic when he left for East End Park and he was appointed first team coach there on 5 December 2006. Devine described the move as a “massive wrench” but felt for personal reasons that he needed to move on. However, after Stephen Kenny’s return to Derry City in late 2007, Devine, too followed him back to the club. He was instrumental in guiding the team to the First Division title and a third-place finish in the 2011 season. Following the departure of Stephen Kenny to Shamrock Rovers in December 2011, Devine was appointed manager of Derry City on 6 January 2012, beating off Willie McStay to land the post. He agreed a two-year deal along with Paul Hegarty who was appointed as his assistant manager. In his first season in charge, the club finished 5th in the league, won the FAI Cup, and were runners-up in the Setanta Sports Cup. In the wake of this success, Devine signed a one-year contract extension to keep him at the club until the end of the 2014 season. At the beginning of his second season in charge, after an opening day defeat to Sligo Rovers, Devine guided his team to a 10-match unbeaten run and top of the table until they were defeated again by Sligo in the second series of fixtures. Devine was sacked at the end of the season despite having qualified for Europe and a 6-0 victory against Limerick. Prior to the 2014 League of Ireland season, Devine was linked with the assistant manager post at champions St. Patrick’s Athletic, however he turned this down in favour of becoming an underage coach in the Elite Performance Club NI scheme. Devine, along with former Derry City player Pascal Vaudequin, will work with youth players in the west of Northern Ireland.

Declan Devine Net Worth

Declan Devine is one of the richest Football Coach & listed on most popular Football Coach. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Declan Devine net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Declan Devine Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Income Football Coach
Cars Not Available
House Living in own house.

Having stopped playing at the end of the 2001–02 season, Devine became involved in coaching at an underage level. He returned to Derry City as the Youth Development officer in 2003 and was initially involved in the delivery of the community coaching and Football in the Community programmes which were run by the club at that time. The installation of former teammate, Gavin Dykes, as manager in 2003 meant a promotion for Devine and he took on the role of first team coach. Stephen Kenny opted to retain Devine as first team coach when he arrived at the club the following season, and the back room setup, including Paul Hegarty, guided Derry City to successive second-place finishes as well as success in the FAI Cup, League Cup and memorable European runs. Following this success, Kenny lured Devine to join him at Dunfermline Athletic when he left for East End Park and he was appointed first team coach there on 5 December 2006. Devine described the move as a “massive wrench” but felt for personal reasons that he needed to move on. However, after Stephen Kenny’s return to Derry City in late 2007, Devine, too followed him back to the club. He was instrumental in guiding the team to the First Division title and a third-place finish in the 2011 season. Following the departure of Stephen Kenny to Shamrock Rovers in December 2011, Devine was appointed manager of Derry City on 6 January 2012, beating off Willie McStay to land the post. He agreed a two-year deal along with Paul Hegarty who was appointed as his assistant manager. In his first season in charge, the club finished 5th in the league, won the FAI Cup, and were runners-up in the Setanta Sports Cup. In the wake of this success, Devine signed a one-year contract extension to keep him at the club until the end of the 2014 season. At the beginning of his second season in charge, after an opening day defeat to Sligo Rovers, Devine guided his team to a 10-match unbeaten run and top of the table until they were defeated again by Sligo in the second series of fixtures. Devine was sacked at the end of the season despite having qualified for Europe and a 6-0 victory against Limerick. Prior to the 2014 League of Ireland season, Devine was linked with the assistant manager post at champions St. Patrick’s Athletic, however he turned this down in favour of becoming an underage coach in the Elite Performance Club NI scheme. Devine, along with former Derry City player Pascal Vaudequin, will work with youth players in the west of Northern Ireland.

Declan Devine Height

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Declan Devine Height & Body Stats
Height 1.83 m
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Who is Declan Devine dating?

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Football Coach. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Declan Devine celebrates birthday on September 15 of every year.

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