Trevor Peake

Trevor Peake (born 10 February 1957 in Nuneaton) is a retired English footballer. He was a member of Coventry City's FA Cup winning team in 1987 and is current assistant academy director of Leicester City.


Clubs Managed

Coaching career

Peake spent his final season at Luton helping coach the reserves before he was asked to return to Coventry City by Gordon Strachan in February 1998. He coached the under-19 side for a season before stepping up to reserve team coach. Coventry sacked their manager Roland Nilsson in April 2002 and appointed Peake, alongside Steve Ogrizovic, as caretaker managers for the club's final game of the season.[1] The club would lose the fixture, away at Burnley on 21 April 2002, 1–0. Following the appointment of Gary McAllister as manager, Peake moved to become Coventry's chief scout. In March 2003 he, alongside Coventry's assistant academy director George Mackie, was made redundant.

Leicester City

He helped his former Coventry team-mate Micky Adams with some scouting work at Leicester City, agreeing a full-time role with their academy in the summer of 2003.[2] Peake was placed in charge of the Under-17 side and he still remains at the club as assistant academy director alongside academy director Jon Rudkin. Peake now also takes charge of the Under-18 side after Steve Beaglehole was moved up to take charge of the new Under-21 development squad.



  1. "Coventry sack Nilsson and Smith". BBC Sport. 16 April 2002. Retrieved 2008-07-03.
  2. "Academy latest". Leicester City F.C. Official Web-site. 18 August 2003. Retrieved 2008-07-03.
  3. "Coventry City | Club | History | History | Hall of Fame". 2012-07-22. Archived from the original on 22 July 2012. Retrieved 2015-08-22.

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