John Sillett : Family, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Parents and Biography
John Charles Sillett was an English football player and manager know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Wife, Children, Parents and Biography
John Sillett Biography
|Birthdate||20 July 1936|
|Age (as of 2021)||85 years|
|Place of Birth||Southampton, United Kingdom|
|Profession||English football player and manager|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Last Update||Nonember 2021|
John Charles Sillett was an English football player and manager. He played for Chelsea, Coventry City and Plymouth Argyle. He won the Championship with Chelsea in 1955, playing alongside his brother Peter Sillett. He was manager of Coventry City from 1986 until 1990, winning the FA Cup in 1987, and also had two spells as manager of Hereford United.
Early Life and Family
John Sillett was born in Southampton, Hampshire, on 20 July 1936. His father, Charlie Sillett, was a footballer, playing for Southampton between 1931 and 1938. He is the younger brother of Peter Sillett, also a footballer.
John Sillett Wife
Coventry legend John Sillett was survived by his wife Jean Sillet.The couple married for a very long time. Together, they are the parents have adult children. However, their details are not known.
John Sillett Net Worth
John Charles Sillett was an English football player and manager has an estimated Net Worth aound $5 Million in 2021.
John and Peter Sillett both followed their father in signing for Southampton, although John never played for the first team. The brothers moved on to Chelsea as teenagers, where John won the First Division title in 1954–55. He played over 100 games for Chelsea, scoring once.Sillett left Chelsea after the arrival of Tommy Docherty as manager, joining Coventry City in June 1962, who were at the time being managed by Jimmy Hill.
Sillett helped Coventry to win the Third Division title in 1963–64, but his playing days were limited after suffering a back problem.In July 1966, he joined Plymouth Argyle, where he ended his playing career.After retirement from playing, Sillett moved into coaching. He was appointed Bristol City youth coach in 1968 under manager Alan Dicks, a former Chelsea and Coventry colleague, and took the team to the FA Youth Cup semi-finals.
From 1970 to 1974, Sillett was first team coach and played a significant part in the development of the team that got promoted to the top flight in 1976. In June 1974, he was appointed manager of Hereford United.In 1991, Sillett returned to Hereford as manager, but left at the end of his first full season. This was his last major involvement with football, although he did some scouting work for the England national team under Sven-Göran Eriksson. He also worked on Central TV's weekly football coverage.