Gareth Ainsworth is an English professional football manager and former player who is the manager of League One club Wycombe Wanderers. A former youth player at Blackburn Rovers, the midfielder, who is known for his crossing ability, won a move to Preston North End in 1992 after impressing at non-league Northwich Victoria. He moved on to Cambridge United, who in turn loaned him back to Northwich Victoria. He returned to Preston North End in 1993, and established himself in the first team during his second spell at the club. Sold on to Lincoln City in October 1995 for a £25,000 fee, his performances at Lincoln earned him a place on the PFA Third Division Team of the Year in 1996–97, and also won him a £500,000 move to Port Vale in September 1997. After being named as the Port Vale F.C. Player of the Year in 1998, he was sold on to Premier League Wimbledon for £2 million in October 1998.
About Gareth Ainsworth
English midfielder most widely associated with teams like the Wycombe Wanderers and Queens Park Rangers. He was a member of the Wycombe squad which was named as the PFA Football League Two Team of the Year for the 2010-11 season.
He as born in Blackburn and made his youth debut with the Blackburn Rovers in 1989.
He has always had an itch to become a rock star, playing in bands like APA and Dog Chewed the Handle.
His parents are Bill and Christine Ainsworth.
He was teammates with Danny Shittu on the Queen Park Rangers.
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- Wycombe Wanderers F.C. managers
- Queens Park Rangers F.C. managers
- Sportspeople from Blackburn
- Wimbledon F.C. players
- Alumni of the University of Liverpool
- Wycombe Wanderers F.C. players
- Northwich Victoria F.C. players
- Cambridge United F.C. players