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Brian Kidd Summary

Brian Kidd (born 29/5/49, Manchester) is a former Manchester United player and in the 1990’s was assistant manager with Alex Ferguson. He is the current assistant manager at Manchester City. He was part of the Manchester United team which won the European Cup in 1968.

Kidd played for Manchester United from 1963–1974. He came to prominence by scoring in the European Cup final in 1968 on his 19th birthday. He earned both of his England caps two years later. In 1974 Kidd moved to Arsenal where he remained for two years before signing to Manchester City. In the late 70’s Kidd had spells at Everton and Bolton Wanderers. In 1981 he played for the Atlanta Chiefs where he continued to play in the NASL with other clubs Fort Lauderdale Strikers (1982-83) and Minnesota Strikers (1984).
Starting out as Manchester United youth team coach in 1988, Kidd was promoted to assistant manager in 1991, helping Ferguson guide United to Football League Cup glory in 1992, the Premier League title in 1993, the double in 1994 and again in 1996, as well as another Premier League title in 1997. In 1998 Kidd went on to take charge of Blackburn Rovers. He remained there for a year before moving to Leeds, and later England and Sheffield United before becoming assistant manager at Manchester City in 2009.

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