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David Oldfield was born on 30 May, 1968 in Perth, Australia. Discover David Oldfield's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

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Age 53 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 30 May 1968
Birthday 30 May
Birthplace Perth, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Oldfield was appointed manager of Oxford City F.C. in March 2020.


Towards the end of the 2016–17 season Oldfield returned to Peterborough United on a trial basis after the departure of Lee Glover. At the end of the season he was appointed as assistant manager on a permanent basis under manager Grant McCann. He stepped in as caretaker-manager for one game in February 2018 after McCann's sacking (a 2–1 home victory over Walsall) before Steve Evans was appointed. Oldfield left the club the following month.


In July 2011, Oldfield left Peterborough to join West Bromwich Albion as a development coach. On 12 June 2014, Oldfield joined Milton Keynes Dons as Head of Academy Coaching He was appointed assistant manager to Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at Burton Albion in November 2014. On 4 December 2015, Oldfield left Burton to join Hasselbaink at Queens Park Rangers.


Oldfield stayed at Leicester for five years. He helped them win promotion to the FA Premier League in 1994, winning the playoffs at Wembley after losing there in the two previous seasons. He then had a successful loan spell at Millwall, but the move was not made permanent and he returned to Luton Town instead. However, he was unable to prevent their relegation to Division Two in 1996 and signed for Stoke City two years later. He spent two years with Stoke before a two-year spell at Peterborough United and then a two-year spell at Oxford United before he played his last professional game in 2004. He came out of retirement the following year to sign for non-league Stafford Rangers, where he spent two years. Tamworth confirmed the signing of David Oldfield on 30 November 2007. Oldfield made his debut for the club against Leigh RMI in a 2–0 home victory on 1 December 2007, just one day after signing.

Some three days after Oldfield made his Tamworth debut, he was appointed as the new first team manager of Brackley Town on 4 December 2007, replacing Roger Ashby. In 2008 Oldfield was appointed as Reserve Team Manager at Peterborough United, and on 11 January 2011 he took charge of the first team for one match in between the departure of manager Gary Johnson and the appointment of Darren Ferguson as his replacement, a 2–1 home league win over Brentford.


Oldfield was named as Oxford caretaker-manager after the dismissal of Ian Atkins in March 2004 but his first game in charge was postponed due to bad weather and Graham Rix was appointed before the next; Oldfield finally took charge of Oxford as caretaker-manager for one game (a home defeat to Chester City) before the appointment of Brian Talbot in May 2005. He left Oxford's backroom staff in 2006.


Oldfield moved to Manchester City for a fee of £600,000 in March 1989, choosing to join City ahead of West Ham United. At City, Oldfield formed part of the squad that gained promotion to the First Division in 1988–89. Though Oldfield was at Maine Road for less than a year, he is fondly remembered for his two goals in the Manchester derby against local rivals United in September 1989 when City triumphed 5–1. Mel Machin, the manager who signed Oldfield for City, was sacked in November 1989. Less than a month after Howard Kendall was appointed as Machin's successor, Oldfield was sold. In an exchange valued at £650,000, Oldfield headed to Leicester City, and Wayne Clarke travelled in the opposite direction.


Born in Australia, Oldfield moved to England with his family at a young age. He began playing football as a boy for North Buckinghamshire Village side Stoke Goldington, before being spotted by league outfit Luton Town in 1986, where he played 29 league games over the next three years, scoring four goals. While at Luton he received a call-up to the England under-21 squad, in March 1988.


David Charles Oldfield (born 30 May 1968) is an English former professional footballer and current coach who played for several English clubs including Luton Town, Manchester City, Leicester City and Stoke City.