Steve Morrow

Staff Profile

Position
Head of Youth Scouting
Born
Belfast, July 2, 1970
Previous clubs as player
Arsenal, Reading, Watford, Barnet, QPR, Peterborough, Dallas Burn
Previous clubs as coach/manager
Dallas Burn, FC Dallas
Joined Arsenal
September 2008

Steve rejoined Arsenal in September 2008 after 15-year playing career that included 39 caps and a goal for Northern Ireland.

The midfielder started at the Gunners' academy in 1987 before being loaned out to Reading, Watford and Barnet for first-team experience.

Steve returned to Arsenal and made his debut as a substitute against Norwich City in 1992 before establishing himself in the senior team. The versatile player scored the winning goal in the helped the 1992/93 League Cup final.

Steve went on to play in the Uefa Cup Winners' Cup win against Parma and featured as Arsenal finished runner-up the following year, before leaving Highbury in 1997 for Queens Park Rangers on loan.

He eventually made his move to QPR permanent and made over 90 appearances for them before moving to Dallas Burn (now FC Dallas) via another loan spell, this time at Peterborough United.

Steve played a whole season there before retiring and going into coaching, initially as their assistant manager and then taking over the hot seat between 2006 and 2008, when he returned to Arsenal to take over as head of scouting for the youth academy.

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