British Coaches Abroad: Steve Darby

He's assisted (and translated) Peter Reid in Thailand and worked in Malaysia, Bahrain, Singapore and Vietnam but the most unprofessional players were in Sheffield...

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veroot (Liverpool) says...

I remember Steve when he played for Devonport in the very early 80's very good bloke by all accounts.

Posted 8:47am 30th January 2014

veroot (Liverpool) says...

I remember Steve from Tasmania, my dad was very impressed by him

Posted 8:41am 30th January 2014

ibrox (Arsenal) says...

Good on you Darbs. Those pigeons are still trying to find the bus they were let out of. Enjoyed playing against you in Tassie and will be following your team in Malaysia.Cheers , Ronnie Bolton.

Posted 10:16pm 29th January 2014

raphapablap (Manchester City) says...

Another great article, keep 'em coming!

Posted 7:19pm 29th January 2014

bobby canada (Liverpool) says...

Terrific Article! Well done.

Posted 5:34pm 29th January 2014

ianm27 says...

"They said "Don't worry, we have a dung removal man", but there were still streaks" . Finest line I've read today. Another excellent article, comes across a bit mercenary, which probably isn't the case.

Posted 2:37pm 29th January 2014

Heathy (Manchester United) says...

Great article and funny to read. Ive heard him interview before and I agree, he does sound like a chap for a few beers and interesting funny stories. A very passionate guy about football and doesn't have any of the snobbery of the PL. Down to earth, honest guy working hard for a living (and someone who deserves it more than others!!).

Posted 2:27pm 29th January 2014

mush55 (Chelsea) says...

Steve has appeared a lot on ESPN as a pundit here in SE Asia- he's funny and excellent value. Just the right guy to have a beer with and hear some great stories! Thanks for a great article among others about coaches abroad.

Posted 12:10pm 29th January 2014

bamboo22 (Leeds United) says...

That's a great article. Great to hear the story of someone at this level who works hard to make a modest living from football and is happy with it.

Posted 10:25am 29th January 2014

LiverpoolWhite says...

This series of interviews is by far one of the best things on the internet. It's great to think that there are people who care about football outside of the Premier League and aren't scared to go abroad to coach.

Posted 9:36am 29th January 2014

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