Jerry Gill is a football coach serving as the Manager of Bath City Football Club.
He has previously been associated with Kidderminster Harriers during his career.
He is the holder of a UEFA A Licence.
Jerry Gill became Bath City’s manager in October 2017, returning to the club where he had played over 200 times from 1990 to 1996. His career began at Trowbridge Town, followed by a brief period at Leyton Orient, and then he joined Weston Super Mare before moving to Bath City in 1990. At Bath, he played in various positions and later joined Yeovil Town in 1996, contributing to their promotion and earning a call-up to the England National Game XI. His performance led to a transfer to Birmingham City in 1997, where he experienced League Cup Final participation and Premier League promotion.
After a loan to Northampton Town, he joined Cheltenham Town in 2004, helping them achieve League One promotion. Transitioning into coaching, Gill started at Forest Green Rovers in 2008, concluding his playing career at Redditch United. A short managerial stint at Weymouth was followed by coaching roles at Bristol Rovers, Birmingham City, Kidderminster Harriers, Norwich City, and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Holding the FA UEFA A Coaching Diploma, his journey from player to coach culminated in his appointment at Bath City, bringing extensive experience across various levels of football.
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