Ernie Howe

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Ernie Howe
Personal information
Full name Ernie Howe
Date of birth 15 February 1953
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1973–1977 Fulham 70 (10)
1977–1982 Queens Park Rangers 89 (3)
1982–1984 Portsmouth 35 (4)
Teams managed
1993–2006 Basingstoke Town
2007–2008 Sutton United
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Ernie Howe is an English football manager and former player who is currently no longer managing a team after he mutually parted company with Sutton United on 30 March 2008, having failed to pull them out of the Conference South relegation zone. He was Basingstoke Town's manager for 13 years until 2006, winning the Hampshire Senior Cup and promotion during his tenure.

A defender in his playing career, Howe turned out for Fulham alongside the likes of George Best and Rodney Marsh. He was a member of the Fulham squad beaten 2–0 by West Ham United in the 1975 FA Cup Final but did not make the team. He was subsequently transferred to Queens Park Rangers and then Portsmouth. Although not known for his goal scoring Howe scored on his Pompey debut at home to Sheffield United in August 1982. He helped Portsmouth win the Division Three championship that season. The following season before leaving Pompey he also scored in his final home game.

After leaving Portsmouth he was appointed coach at Wokingham Town.

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