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Tony Daley

Tony Daley working with Pro-Vision Talent

Birmingham-born, a successful decade as a player with Aston Villa saw Tony pick up a League Cup winners medal following the 1994 win against Manchester United, while Villa also twice finished as runners-up in the top division.

The pacey winger also earned seven England caps, including two appearances at the 1992 European Championships.

He left Villa for Wolves, where injury affected his four years at the club before further spells with Watford, Walsall and Forest Green Rovers prior to hanging up his boots.

Having finished his playing career Tony studied for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Science at Coventry University, while at the same time working as fitness coach with Forest Green and also some of Aston Villa’s players, including Gabriel Agbonlahor.

On completing his degree Tony secured the position of fitness and conditioning coach at Sheffield United, where he spent four years before joining Wolves in the same position in September, 2007. In 2012 he graduated with a Masters degree in Applied Sports Science and Exercise from The University of Wolverhampton.

His attention to detail and meticulous fitness regimes quickly secured the respect of backroom colleagues and players alike as Wolves sought to develop a young and athletic squad.

Tony oversaw the Sport Science provision for the entire club to ensure that strategies are uniform across all ages within the football club from 1st Team to academy

He currently runs a business (7Daley Limited) as a qualified fitness professional. He has a passion for exercise and eating healthily, which has been very much consistent throughout his life.

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The Point, Granite way, Mount Sorrel, Loughborough, Leics, LE12 7TZ UK.

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