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|Full name||Timothy Sean Breacker|
|Date of birth||2 July 1965|
|Place of birth||Bicester, England|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Playing position||Right back|
|Bolton Wanderers (Chief Scout)|
|1990–1999||West Ham United||240||(8)|
|1999–2001||Queens Park Rangers||44||(2)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Tim Breacker (born 2 July 1965) is an English former footballer and current football coach.
Born in Bicester, England, Breacker started his career as an apprentice at Luton Town. He made 210 appearances for the first team. In 1987-88, he helped Luton win their first — and only to date — major trophy as they achieved a shock 3-2 over Arsenal in the Football League Cup final.
West Ham United
From Luton he was signed by manager Billy Bonds for West Ham United for £600,000. He made his debut on 20 October 1990 in a 1-0 away win against Swindon Town as a substitute for Julian Dicks. He spent nine years at Upton Park and was the first choice right-back for most of the 1990s again playing over 200 league games.
Queens Park Rangers
Breacker finished his playing career with two seasons at Queens Park Rangers.
On 29 November 2007 Breacker became the assistant manager at Leicester City after following Ian Holloway from Plymouth Argyle. He left Leicester by mutual consent on 1 July 2008 after Nigel Pearson had taken charge at the club.
On 28 July 2009, Breacker was named assistant manager to Phil Parkinson at Charlton Athletic. He was sacked, along with Parkinson, on 4 January 2011. In July 2011, Breacker was named as a scout at Championship side Millwall. Breacker followed Parkinson to Bradford City where he was appointed as chief scout.
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