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Alan Rogers (born 3 January 1977) is a retired footballer who usually played at left-back. Rogers began his career with Tranmere Rovers before moving to Nottingham Forest in 1997, spending several seasons there before leaving for Leicester City. Rogers scored twice for Leicester, with both goals coming in a League Cup tie against Hull City in September 2002. He returned to Forest in 2004, but after a dispute with manager Gary Megson he went on loan to Hull. After a spell with Bradford City, he joined League Two side Accrington Stanley on 3 January 2007. He was sent off on his Accrington debut after a dangerous tackle on Notts County's David Pipe. Rogers left Accrington at the end of the season, having appeared six times.

Former Tranmere defender Alan Rogers has joined the Club’s coaching staff. Rogers, 38, started his playing career in the youth system at Prenton Park. After making his debut in 1995, an impressive season and a half with Tranmere earned him a £2 million move to Nottingham Forest. He spent four years at Forest where he played in the Premier League, before moving to Leicester City where he played for current Rovers boss Micky Adams. He returned to Forest in 2004

and had spells with Bradford City and Accrington Stanley before retiring in 2007 and has also coached in Tranmere’s Academy. He will work alongside first team coach Chris Shuker at Prenton Park. Adams commented: “I’m delighted to add Alan to my coaching staff on a permanent basis. “He’s fitted in really well with the rest of the coaching staff over the past few months and has worked tirelessly on the training ground to improve the team. “He’s a good young coach and someone who is fully committed to helping the Club climb the table.

On sunday 19th April 2015 Alan took joint control of the first team alongside Shaun Garnett when Micky Adams contract was terminated by mutual consent. When he left tranmere in jun2 2015 he joined up with Micky Adams at Sligo Rovers. This lasted until 2016. He is now the manager of  Isle of Man’s Ellan Vannin.

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