|Full name||Steven Frederick Eyre|
|Date of birth||9 May 1972|
|Place of birth||Salford, England|
|Current club||Huddersfield Town (Development Coach)|
|2013-||Huddersfield Town (caretaker)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Steven Frederick "Steve" Eyre (born 9 May 1972) is a football manager, current serving as Senior Professional Development Coach at Huddersfield Town. Born in Salford, his father is ex-player and radio pundit Fred Eyre.
Steve played for several non-league clubs in the north west of England, enjoying his best times as a player at Chorley.
After quitting playing aged 19 to take up coaching Eyre moved up the ranks to coach Manchester City's youth team where he won five youth league titles and led the club to two FA Youth Cup final appearances, winning in 2008. He spent 21 years with Manchester City.
On 12 April 2012, Eyre was appointed the role of Senior Professional Development Coach at League One club Huddersfield Town, taking a leading role in the club's Development Squad. Following Simon Grayson's sacking on 24 January 2013, he and Mark Lillis became joint caretaker managers until a successor was chosen.
- Manchester City
- FA Youth Cup 2007–08
He is married to Claire, with whom he has three daughters.
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- "Steve Eyre Named". Rochdale A.F.C. Official Site (Rochdale A.F.C.). 13 June 2011. Retrieved 14 June 2011.
- Partington, Richard (2011-06-14). "Eyre apparent: Rochdale appoint Steve Eyre as new manager". Manchester Evening News. Retrieved 2011-08-18.
- "League One strugglers Rochdale sack Steve Eyre and Frankie Bunn". www.guardian.co.uk. 19 December 2011. Retrieved 9 January 2012.
- "Eyre Appointed Development Coach". htafc.com. 2012-04-12. Retrieved 2012-04-12.
- Partington, Richard (2011-06-14). "Steve Eyre’s Rochdale calling card". Manchester Evening News. Retrieved 2011-08-18.
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