Stephen McClaren is a professional football coach and former player from England. He was born on May 3, 1961. He is presently working as an assistant coach to Erik Ten Haag at Manchester United in what is his second stint with the club.
McClaren started out as a head coach at Oxford United before moving on to Derby County in 1995. McClaren was appointed by Manchester United in 1999 to take over for Brian Kidd as Alex Ferguson’s deputy manager.
He served in that capacity for two years before being appointed manager of Middlesbrough. Middlesbrough won the League Cup in 2004, which was their first major prize in over a decade.
They finished second in the 2006 UEFA Cup as well. In August 2006, he was appointed head coach of the England national team.
Steve McClaren Parents: Brian McClaren, Margaret McClaren
Steve McClaren was born to Margaret Bogg and Brian McClaren in 1961. They had gotten married a year before his birth. Both Brian and Margret are natives of York. Their ancestors had been among the earliest settlers in the region and had worked as miners and brewers.