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|Full name||Craig Dalrymple|
|Place of birth||Melton Mowbray, England|
|Vancouver Whitecaps Residency|
|1986–1992||Ipswich Town FC|
|1994–1995||Simon Fraser University (NAIA)|
|1999–2005||Surrey United Premier|
|2002||BCSA Provincial Team (head coach)|
|2010||Vancouver Whitecaps Residency (interim head coach)|
|2010–||Vancouver Whitecaps Residency (U-16 head coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Dalrymple was born in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England. Darylmple bagan his career was a Midfielder with Ipswich Towns academy. Craig went on to spend 6 years with the Tractor Boys without making a first team appearance.
Before rejoining the Whitecaps, Darlymple held a number of technical, coaching and scouting positions within the game.
Darlymple's most recent role being a one year stint as a youth coach with Portsmouth F.C working with the academy players.
Prior to his time at Portsmouth Dalrymple spent 10 years as technical director of Surrey United Soccer Club in Surrey, British Columbia.
In 2007, Dalrymple was also employed in the role of scout for the Canadian U-20 soccer team. Dalrymple began at the Vancouver Whitecaps in May 2010. Dalrymple was the Whitecaps Residency head coach in the 2010 USL Premier Development League campaign, succeeding interim head coach Colin Miller. When Richard Grootscholten was appointed technical director of the Whitecaps Residency in 2011, Dalrymple became assistant technical director, assistant head coach to the Whitecaps U-23 and U-18 teams, and head coach of the Whitecaps U-16 team.
His coaching credentials include 'A'-level license certification from the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), United States Soccer Federation (USSF), and the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA).
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