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Jono Greening

Lead Coach

Department: Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation

i2i staff Jono Greening 

Jono enjoyed a highly successful professional career as a football player, which included a three year spell at Manchester United. Jono was part of Manchester United’s 1998-1999 famous treble winning side which won the Champions League, the Premier League and the FA Cup. He went on to win the League Cup with Middlesbrough before signing for West Bromwich Albion for £1.25m where he captained the side to the Championship title.

In 2009, Jono signed for Fulham and helped them to reach the 2010 UEFA Europa League Final – winning PFA Team of the Year. Jono is a deep lying midfielder who scored 17 goals throughout his career, as well as three for England’s U21 side.

He is a UEFA A Licensed Coach who has coached at Nottingham Forest and York City. He acts as a mentor for students on our pro-level coaching programme.


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