Glenn Roeder Wiki
Glenn Roeder Biography
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.
He was also Glenn Hoddle’s coach for the England 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 advocate, 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.”