Head Coach Warren Joyce
- D.O.B. 20/1/65
- Born Oldham
Highly regarded Joyce 52, has rich and significant experience both as a player and later a manager in England and Belgium, including a spell as Head Coach of Leeds United reserves, two years at Royal Antwerp, eight years at Manchester United reserves, and as manager for Wigan Athletic in the Championship.
At Leeds United, three of his players consecutively became the youngest to make a full debut in the Premier League, and during his 8 years at Manchester United during which he was responsible for the coaching of their developing youth team, 73 players went on to play in the English Premier League and Championship, 44 became full internationals, and 52 made first team debuts.
As a player, he made 884 appearances in the English League for Bolton Wanderers, Preston North End, Plymouth Argyle, Burnley and Hull. It was during his playing career that he took his coaching badges and in 1999 he became player-manager for Hull City, where he was credited with saving the Club from relegation.
Joyce: I didn’t think we lost that game by not being the better team
City Head Coach Warren Joyce has lamented his side?s exit from the FFA Cup but says individual mistakes instead of his side?s style of play cost them the chance to secure their first piece of silverware for the season. His side went down to Western Sydney 2-1 at AAMI Park on W
Joyce and De Laet rekindle long relationship
City Head Coach Warren Joyce and Belgian defender Ritchie De Laet have a long history where the two have crossed paths in Belgium, the UK and now once again in Melbourne. Joyce reminisced about seeing sixteen-year-old Ritchie riding his bike to training in Antwerp before
Joyce: It’s a game we are looking to win
Melbourne City FC Head Coach Warren Joyce says his side will be looking to continue their cup run when they host Newcastle Jets in the FFA Cup at AAMI Park on Wednesday night. The Round of 16 clash will be City?s first on home soil this season and the team is eager to get
Joyce: The hard work will continue
City boss Warren Joyce has urged his side to continue putting in the hard yards on the training track as his side prepare for its second pre-season friendly against La Liga side Girona. Coming off Tuesday?s 6-0 win over Indian Super League outfit Kerala Blasters, Joyce applaud
City coaches put local Kerala school players to the test
Melbourne City FC coaches, Warren Joyce and Patrick Kisnorbo have put football-mad Indian school players through their paces with a surprise training session at the Club?s temporary training base in Kerala. During its first two days of intense training ahead of its upcomin
Joyce: We want to challenge the players
Melbourne City Head Coach Warren Joyce says he will look to test his side?s boundaries during their nine-day trip to India to take on Kerala Blaster and Girona FC. City will use the trip to ramp up their preparations for the FFA Cup and A-League and despite two big fixtures ag
Joyce: We’re looking forward to the challenge Brisbane will pose
Melbourne City FC Head Coach Warren Joyce says his side is relishing the opportunity to face a Brisbane side who have looked to turned a corner in recent weeks. The Roar are coming off back-to-back wins in the A-League and will be looking make a positive impression at home in
Joyce: We’ll go into it with no fear
City Head Coach Warren Joyce says his side will be out on the front foot on Friday night as they prepare to take on reigning Champions Sydney FC. Joyce spoke to media on Thursday ahead of the clash, saying his side is relishing the opportunity to test themselves once again aga