Today's Leroy Rosenior Talking Points
Leroy Rosenior (born 24 August 1964 in Balham, London) is an English professional football coach and pundit. He is a former professional footballer whose clubs included Fulham, Queens Park Rangers (for whom he appeared as a substitute in the 1986 League Cup Final), Bristol City and West Ham United.
As one of the few black football managers in England, Rosenior has spoken openly about the racism that he experienced as a player and a manager. He has said that there is a glass ceiling holding back qualified black coaches from getting the top jobs. Rosenior has managed clubs including Merthyr Tydfil, Torquay United, Brentford and was assistant to Gary Peters at Shrewsbury Town.
His son, Liam, is a professional footballer.Close