Raymond Colin Wilkins, was an English football player and coach. Born into a footballing family with his father and three brothers involved in the game, Wilkins played as a midfielder. He began his career at Chelsea, where he was appointed captain at the age of 18, and later played for clubs including Manchester United, A.C. Milan, Queens Park Rangers and Rangers. He won 84 caps for the England national football team from 1976 to 1986, playing at UEFA Euro 1980 and the 1982 and 1986 FIFA World Cups. After his playing career ended, he worked as a television pundit, and as a coach and manager with Queens Park Rangers, Fulham and Chelsea. He managed Jordan at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup and his last coaching job was as the assistant manager of Aston Villa later that year.
About Ray Wilkins
Soccer manager who won Premiere League and FA Cup titles as an assistant manager at Chelsea in 2010 and began managing the Jordan national team in 2014. As a player, he won multiple championships as a member of squads like Manchester United and the English national team.
He made his first team debut with Chelsea at age seventeen.
He has worked with the children's soccer skills website MySkillz.
His brothers Stephen and Graham also played for Chelsea. He was married to Jackie Wilkins up until his death in 2018.
He played with future manager Bryan Robson on the English squad at the 1986 FIFA World Cup.
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- Fulham F.C. managers
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- Fulham F.C. non-playing staff
- Aston Villa F.C. non-playing staff
- Jordan national football team managers
- Chelsea F.C. non-playing staff
- Watford F.C. non-playing staff
- English Football Hall of Fame inductees
- UEFA Euro 1980 players
- English expatriate football managers
- Premier League managers
- England under-23 international footballers
- Paris Saint-Germain F.C. players
- Wycombe Wanderers F.C. players
- English Football League representative players