Paul Riley is an English football manager who formerly coached in the United States know all about Paul Riley Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife in this article.
Paul Riley Wiki
|Birthdate ( Age)||23 September 1963|
|Place of Birth||Liverpool, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
Paul Riley is an English football manager who formerly coached in the United States. He spent his entire professional playing career in American leagues, including the American Professional Soccer League and the USISL. Paul Riley has signed a new contract to remain as the head coach of the North Carolina Courage for the next two seasons. Riley guided the team to the National Women’s Soccer League Championship in 2018.
Paul Riley Family, Parents
Paul Riley was Born on 23 September 1963.In 1982, Riley came to the United States to attend Adelphi University. From 1982 to 1985, he played on the Panthers men’s soccer team.In 1999, Adelphi inducted Riley into the school’s Hall of Fame.
Paul Riley Wife, Is Paul Riley Married
Paul Riley is Not Married yet and ther is no any information is available on social media about his relationship and marital status.
Paul Riley Net Worth
Paul Riley is an English football manager who formerly coached in the United States has an estimated Net Worth around $1.5 Million in 2021.Paul Riley has signed a new contract to remain as the head coach of the North Carolina Courage for the next two seasons. Riley guided the team to the National Women’s Soccer League Championship in 2018.
After graduation, Riley became a manager, but in 1988, he turned professional when he joined the Albany Capitals of the American Soccer League.In 1990, the Eagles played in the American Professional Soccer League which had been formed by the merger of the American Soccer League and the Western Soccer League. Riley was 1989 All League and 1990 Second Team All League.
In 1986, Riley began his coaching career when CW Post hired him as an assistant. In 1990, Riley became head coach at CW Post, a position he held until 1997. Over his eight seasons as head coach, he compiled an 88–49–13 record. In 1997, Riley became the head coach of the Long Island Rough Riders, in addition to his duties as a player with the Rough Riders and head coach of CW Post. In 1999, Riley was named the USISL A-League Coach of the Year.
In 2002, the Rough Riders moved down to the USL D3 Pro League, winning the league championship that season. His last season with the Rough Riders came in 2003. Over the years, Riley was involved with the Albertson Fury Soccer Club. In 2006, Riley became the head coach of the Long Island Fury of the Women’s Premier Soccer League. The Fury was part of the Albertson Fury Soccer Club. Riley coached the Fury through the 2008 season.
In September 2009, the Philadelphia Independence of Women’s Professional Soccer hired Riley as the team’s first coach.Riley was selected as the 2010 WPS Coach of the Year . In 2011, he took the team to the championship where they fell in penalties to the Western New York Flash. In 2012, he became the head coach of the New York Fury.In 2013, Riley was named head coach of the Portland Thorns.
After leading the team to a 16–17–11 record and one playoff appearance over two seasons, but finishing the 2015 season in sixth place, the Thorns declined to renew Riley’s contract. On 19 February 2016 Riley was announced as the head coach of the WNY Flash of the National Women’s Soccer League.
On 9 January 2017 Paul Riley became the head coach of the North Carolina Courage franchise as the National Women’s Soccer League announced that the WNY Flash franchise would be relocated to North Carolina. On 30 September 2021, the Courage announced that Riley was fired due to sexual harassment allegations (as detailed in Controversies).
A September 30, 2021 report by The Athletic alleged that Riley had sexually coerced and verbally abused players on his teams, notably during the time period of 2011 and 2015 (consisting of his time in WPS, WPSL, and NWSL). In the article, Riley denied the allegations. He would be fired that same day and his coaching license revoked by the United States Soccer Federation. The Portland Thorns released a statement the same day citing that some of the incidents occurred during Riley’s two-year tenure as head coach of the Portland Thorns in 2015.