John Spencer (footballer)

John Spencer (footballer)

John Spencer (born 11 September 1970) is a Scottish former professional footballer and coach.

As a player he was a forward from 1988 until 2004, notably in the Premier League for Chelsea and Everton and the Scottish Premier League for Rangers and Motherwell. He also played in his native country for Greenock Morton, in Hong Kong for Lai Sun and back in England in the Football League with Queens Park Rangers. He finished his career in the United States with a three year spell with the Colorado Rapids. He also earnt 14 caps for Scotland. Since retiring in 2004, Spencer has remained in America, and was assistant coach of Houston Dynamo before becoming head coach of the Portland Timbers in 2011 until being relieved of his coaching position on July 9, 2012.

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