Bryan Paul Klug (born 8 October 1960) is an English-born former footballer and coach.
Born in Coventry, Klug began his football career as an apprentice with Ipswich Town. He joined Wimbledon on loan in March 1980, although after subsequently returning to Ipswich he still did not get to play a league game for them. Therefore, in August 1983 he moved to Chesterfield, finishing his Football League career with Peterborough United, before moving to non-league with Chelmsford City.
He was the head of Ipswich's academy for a number of years, and then in the summer of 2006 he became Jim Magilton's assistant.
He took over as caretaker manager of Ipswich on 22 April 2009, following the sacking of Magilton. However, a day later, Roy Keane was appointed as manager.
He left his role as the assistant academy manager and head of player development at Tottenham Hotspur to again be the Head of Ipswich's Academy in June 2012.