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The life and times of Stephen Constantine

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'Nomadic. That's what people call me.'

In 1978, aged just 16, Stephen Constantine left his family home in Cyprus. He didn't know it then, but it was a start of a journey that would take him around the world, in pursuit of the global game. Nearly 40 years on and Stephen is still on that same path, albeit with a far greater dose of experience, and a host of new experiences to boot.

A FIFA instructor when not managing, Stephen has taken his coaching to far-flung places such as Tehran and Pyongyang, and has worked extensively in America, England, Cyprus and Greece. He has also managed more national teams than any other Englishman: Nepal, India, Malawi, Sudan and Rwanda.

He is now back in India for a second time with the national team. This short video helps to tell his story, which is covered extensively in his autobiography, From Delhi to the Den. Nomadic barely covers it.


Constantine's career path

1990-1991: Assistant manager, CW Post, USA

1992-1994: Assistant reserve team manager, Apollon Limassol, Cyprus

1994-1995: Manager, Agios Therapon, Cyprus

1995-1996: Reserve team manager/ first team manager, APEP, Cyprus

1996-1998: Director of youth, AEL, Cyprus

1998-1999: Manager, APEP, Cyprus

1999-2001: Manager, Nepal national team

2001-2002: Youth coach, AFC Bournemouth, England

2001-2002: Head Coach, Chichester College, England

2002-2005: Manager, India national team

2005-2006: First team coach, Millwall, England

2007-2008: Manager, Malawi national team

2009: Manager, Sudan national team

2010: Manager, APEP, Cyprus

2010-2012: Manager, Nea Salamina, Cyprus

2012-2013: Manager, Ethnikos Achina, Cyprus 

2013-2014: Assistant manager, Apollon Smyrnis, Greece

2014-2015: Manager, Rwanda national team

2015 - present: Manager, Indian national team


From Delhi to the Den is available here on our website: http://www.decoubertin.co.uk/Constantine


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