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Steve Perryman MBE (born Ealing, London, December 21, 1951) is a retired English football player. A midfielder and defender, he scored 39 goals in a club record 854 first team appearances for Tottenham Hotspur, between 1969 and 1986. During his seventeen year career with the north London club Perryman collected many medals, winning the UEFA Cup in 1972 and 1984, the FA Cup in 1981 and 1982 and the League Cup in 1971 and 1973, but only played for England once.

After leaving White Hart Lane Perryman moved to Oxford United in 1986, then Brentford as player-manager in the same year, before retiring in 1990. He went on to manage Watford F.C. from 1990-93, before managing I.K. Start in Norway (1994-1995), Shimizu S-Pulse, (1996-2000) and Kashiwa Reysol in Japan (2001-2002).

As a coach he has won the J. League Cup (1996), J.League stage championship (1999 2nd Stage) and the Asian Cup Winners Cup (2000). At present he is director of football at Exeter City, though he has been linked with the vacant assistant manager's job at Crystal Palace, who have just appointed a new boss, in Peter Taylor.

Perryman was voted Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year in 1982.

Watford Manager
1990-1993
Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year
1982
J. League Manager of the Year
1999

Honours

  • J. League Manager of the Year : 1999

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