British Coaches Abroad: Stevie Grieve

He's only 27 but has written ten coaching books and is currently assistant manager of Garhwal FC in the Indian second division. He talks awful hotels and 20-hour train journeys...

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anssi (Chelsea) says...

British Coaches Abroad is a consistently excellent piece, keep 'em coming!

Posted 9:33am 14th February 2014

kiranfrank says...

Nice article. Good to see a manager who love his job, even if the conditions are far from perfect for football in my country. There is currently a highly rated young English manager who is currently managing Bangalore Football club, which is currently on top of i-league! He is Ashley Westwood. Would love to hear his side of the story.

Posted 5:29pm 12th February 2014

chrisnelsonmmm says...

I say this every week, but I have never before enjoyed a series of football related articles as much as I do these. Keep them coming, they're a perfect antidote to certain press members performing verbal and written fellatio to Sherwood, Redknapp et al

Posted 2:04pm 12th February 2014

sportsrated says...

Great to see your passion for the sport taking you around the world at such a young age, Stevie. Your commitment is quite something.

Posted 11:35am 12th February 2014

IndianScouser says...

Thank you and we appreciate what you are doing for football in India Stevie. We are very very sorry for the chaos and the crowds and filth and I pray to God that he makes you a cricket-IPL coach in your next life. Cricket in India is an all consuming mosnter with all the facilities and all the luxuries.

Posted 8:57am 12th February 2014

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