Scunthorpe United is delighted to announce Kevin Pressman has returned to the club as Under-23s assistant manager / goalkeeper coach.
The 51-year-old left Millwall just over a year ago after six years at the Den and arrives back at Glanford Park over eight years after departing.
The former goalkeeper spent 19 years at his boyhood club Sheffield Wednesday between 1985 and 2004, making in excess of 400 appearances, while he also played for Leicester City, Mansfield Town and Portadown, amongst other sides.
In 1988, he made one appearance for the England Under-21s side, while he earned three caps between 1994 and 1998 for the England ‘B’ team.
His professional coaching career effectively began with the Iron as he was appointed as goalkeeper coach under Nigel Adkins. He would progress to assistant manager to Ian Baraclough in 2010 before both left the club in March 2011.
Since leaving United, he was goalkeeper coach at Bradford City for a year before moving to the Lions in 2012. Most recently, he was part of the Northern Ireland Under-21s set-up with Ian Baraclough and now-under-23s manager Russ Wilcox.
Pressman will work alongside Wilcox with the duo taking their side to Goole Town for their first pre-season fixture on Tuesday, July 9th (7.30pm kick-off).