Nicholas John Cusack (born 24 December 1965 in Maltby, South Yorkshire) is an English former footballer and, briefly, player-manager. He was for a time chairman of the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA).
In October 1997 Cusack joined
Swansea City from Fulham for a fee of £50,000.
After a period as
caretaker manager, he was appointed player-coach in April 2002, but after just 17 games in charge he was replaced by [1 ] Brian Flynn; he turned down an offer to remain on the coaching staff, and left in September 2002 with the club at the bottom of the Football League. [2 ]
Cusack was Swansea's PFA representative, and was elected chairman of the Association, succeeding
Barry Horne, in November 2001. He was active in the PFA's opposition to a reduction of professional clubs in the [3 ] league pyramid. [4 ]
Managerial stats [ edit ]
Swansea City 12 April 2002
20 September 2002
References [ edit ]