Glenn Roeder Biography Glenn Roeder Wiki
Former West Ham coach Glenn Roeder died at the age of 65 after a long battle with a brain tumor.
Glenn Roeder managed West Ham for two years between 2001-2003 and also managed Gillingham, Watford, Newcastle United and Norwich City.
Awful news coming out this evening as Glenn Roeder has sadly passed away at just 65 years old..
Our thoughts are with everyone connected, RIP. 🌹 pic.twitter.com/xWT6AFC5j4
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) February 28, 2021
He was also Glenn Hoddle’s coach for the England national team.
A statement from the League Managers Association said: “The LMA is very sad after member Glenn Roeder died at the age of 65 after a long battle with a brain tumor. Glenn was a highly respected and loved member of the Coaching Brotherhood.
In honor of Glenn, LMA President Howard Wilkinson said: “As a sophisticated player defender, he did it with diligent style and has always been generous with his time and ideas.
“Glenn was such a humble and kind gentleman that he was dedicated to the game his entire life. Special mention deserves his dedication and application to his work at all levels.
“Soccer lost a great server today and our condolences to Glenn’s family and friends.”