705 Paul Cox

Biography

Centre back Cox spent December 1994 and January 1995 on loan at Terry Dolan’s Tigers, scoring in his fourth appearance at home to Shrewsbury Town.

Cox was born and raised in Nottingham and joined Notts County as a teenager., making his first team debut in April 1992. Cox was released by the Magpies four months after his loan spell at Hull City, dropping into the non-league scene with Kettering Town. A year later he joined Halifax Town, but returned to Kettering a year on where he stayed for four years. He ended his playing career at Hucknall Town at the age of 30.

Cox’s first coaching role came at Eastwood Town in 2003, three years later he became first team manager at the Badgers, a role he retained for five years. In 2011 he was appointed manager of Conference National side Mansfield Town, guiding them a play-off final (which the Stags lost) and a promotion in his first two seasons. Returned to the Football League, Cox consolidated the Stags in his first season but was relieved of his duties in November 2014. Cox took the helm at Torquay United in June 2015 but quickly left after three months work was left unpaid. He immediately took over at Barrow and stayed on the Cumbrian Coast for two years, then had a six month spell managing Guiseley. In October 2019, Cox returned to manage Kettering Town, where he spent much of his playing career.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth: 6 January 1972, Nottingham
Hull City First Game: 17 December 1994, Oxford United H (League Division Two), 22 years, 345 days old
Hull City Final Game: 14 January 1995, Stockport County A (League Division Two), 23 years, 8 days old

Clubs

Notts County (1989-1995), Hull City (1994-1995, loan), Kettering Town (1995-1996), Halifax Town (1996-1997), Kettering Town (1997-2001), Hucknall Town (2001-2002)

Hull City Record

Career: 5 apps, 1 goals

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