|Date of birth||1946|
|?||Windsor and Eton|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Chapple played amateur football as a forward, but broke his leg in an FA Vase match in 1980, and turned to management. Initially player-manager of Alton Town, he soon moved to a purely managerial post at Windsor and Eton.
Chapple first joined Woking in the 1984–85 season and went on to lead them on their famous FA Cup run in 1991 which saw them beat West Bromwich Albion 4-2 at The Hawthorns, after which he quit working as a financial consultant to become a full-time manager. Under him, the team also achieved three FA Trophy victories.
Chapple left the club in 1997, frustrated with its refusal to provide him with a written contract, and went to manage Kingstonian, taking the club up to the Conference, and winning a further two FA Trophy titles. However, he was sacked in 2001, after the team suffered relegation. He then returned to Woking, although this time he was not so successful and parted company with the club in October 2002.
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