Darren Tilley

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Darren Tilley

Personal information

Full name
Darren John Tilley

Date of birth
(1967-03-15) 15 March 1967 (age 49)

Place of birth
Keynsham, Somerset, England

Height
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)

Playing position
Forward

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1983–1984
Bristol Rovers
0
(0)

1986–1988
Bath City

1991
Kitchener Kickers

1991–1993
York City
21
(0)

1994
Happy Valley AA

1994
Guangdong Hongyuan
13
(3)

1995
Frankwell FC

1996
Foshan Fosti

1997
Toronto Lynx
18
(6)

1997
Montreal Impact
9
(7)

1998–1999
Rochester Rhinos
51
(26)

2000
Montreal Impact
7
(0)

2000–2001
Vancouver 86ers
34
(14)

2002–2003
Mississauga Olympians

Teams managed

2008–2009
Rochester Rhinos

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Darren Tilley (born in Keynsham, Somerset) is an English football former player and coach for USL-1 club Rochester Rhinos.

Contents

1 Playing career
2 Personal life
3 Managerial career
4 References

Playing career[edit]
Tilley played for York City F.C. in the English Third Division from 1991–1993.[1] In 1997, Tilley began the season with the Toronto Lynx before being traded to the Montreal Impact. He then played for the Rochester Rhinos from 1998 to 2000 and is one of the franchise’s top all-time scorers. In 2000, he began the season with the Montreal Impact[2] before finishing it with the Vancouver 86ers.[3] Tilley was the CSL Golden Boot winner in 2002 playing for Canadian club Mississauga Olympians. He retired following the 2003 season.
Personal life[edit]
Tilley was born in Keynsham England, the only child of Terence Tilley and Sandra Tilley. He grew up in Kingswood Bristol. He was known to be a big Liverpool fan as a kid. Tilley met his wife Monique, born in Ontario Canada, in 1991. The couple married in 1993. Tilley and his wife have two sons, Calum born in 1996 and Kieran born in 2002. They have lived in Cambridge Ontario since 1998.
Managerial career[edit]
On 26 March 2008, the Rochester Rhinos hired Tilley as the team’s coach. During the 2008 season Tilley led the Rhinos into the playoffs by finishing fourth in the standings. In the club’s playoff run the Rhinos defeated the Charleston Battery in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals. There the Rhinos were defeated by the Puerto Rico Islanders on a 3–2 aggregate on goals. The following season Tilley led the Rhinos to a sixth-place finish in the standings enough to
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