Rhys Evans

Soccer Player

Rhys Evans was born in Swindon, England, United Kingdom on January 27th, 1982 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 42, Rhys Evans biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 27, 1982
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Swindon, England, United Kingdom
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Association Football Player
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Rhys Evans Life

Rhys Karl Evans (born 27 January 1982) is an English professional footballer last signed as a goalkeeper coach with Hereford FC.

He is a goalkeeper, who won two England under-21 caps. Born in Swindon, Wiltshire, he began his career with Chelsea, where he stayed five years without playing a game, but had loan spells at three other clubs.

In 2003, he moved to his hometown club Swindon Town, where he ended up playing more than 100 games in three seasons.

In his final season at Swindon, he won all the club's player of the season awards, but following their relegation to Football League Two, he turned down a new contract offer and instead signed for Blackpool.

However, he fell out of favour after less than a year with Blackpool, and initially moved to Bradford City on loan, before he returned to London, with Millwall on a short-term contract.

After his contract was not extended, he returned to Bradford City.

Despite keeping 17 clean sheets, he left at the end of his first season and moved on to Bristol Rovers and Southend United.


Rhys Evans Career

Club career

Evans began his career at Chelsea in 1998 and went on to be released in 2003 after never playing a single game. He was on loan to Bristol Rovers in February 2000; Queens Park Rangers from November 2001 to April 2002, playing seven games; and Leyton Orient from August to November 2002, who played seven games. He had also spent time on trial with AFC Bournemouth before the 2002-03 season, where he excelled, but Leyton Orient took the field.

Evans attracted attention from another Premier League club, Bolton Wanderers, but instead he joined Swindon Town on a free transfer. He made his club debut on August 12, 2003, in a League Cup match against Southend United, which Swindon beat 32-0. In a 2–2 draw against Blackpool on August 30, 2003, his league debut came on. For the remainder of the 2003–04 season, he was the club's first-choice goalkeeper, missing only one game due to a back injury. Evans, who played for the club from 2004-05, was the club's first-choice goalkeeper until he was suspended for the first time after a match against Luton Town, but he was promoted back to the team after just one match out. He turned down a transfer to Leeds United and instead signed a one-year contract extension with Swindon because his deal was due to end at the end of the season.

Evans' 2005-06 season began with a knee injury, and he was forced to miss early games in pain because the club did not have a back-up goalkeeper. Evans was able to have exploratory surgery on the knee when Swindon borrowed Tom Heaton from Manchester United until Jan. 2nd, 2006. He also spent time at the Lilleshall rehabilitation center before his return to the first team in late 2005, when he re-established himself. Evans won a clean sweep of all Swindon Town's "Player of the Season" awards at the end of the season, and Swindon Town relegated to Football League Two.

Evans' one-year deal came to an end, but Evans turned down because he wanted to play at a higher level than League Two. On July 1, 2006, he began a two-year contract with Blackpool as a free transfer.

In the 2006-07 league season, Evans made 39 appearances in a row. He was dropped by Blackpool boss Simon Grayson in favour of then on-loan Paul Rachubka for a match at Oldham Athletic, in which Rachubka kept a clean sheet in a 1–0 victory. Evans sustained a hernia fracture in April 2007 that needed surgery. He was out of the team until May, which kept him out of the game until May. Lewis Edge, the on-loan Rachubka and Blackpool's third-choice keeper, sustained concurrent injuries, resulting in Blackpool's loaning Joe Hart to Manchester City as an emergency stand-in.

Rachubka, who had signed permanently for the club at the time, was still the first-choice goalkeeper following promotion to the Football League Championships. Evans made his first appearance in the 2007–08 season against Derby County, a Premier League club, on August 28, 2007, when Blackpool defeated on penalties after the game ended 2–2 in extra time, and then the next round of the same competition against Southend United, where Blackpool defeated Southend United 2–1 after extra time.

Evans was sent on a month of loan to Bradford City in order to help him resurrect his career. He made his Bradford debut against Milton Keynes Dons, his first appearance in the league since February. However, after just four games, he returned to Blackpool after suffering an injury to his left shoulder, and ended in a 1–1 draw with Grimsby Town on October 27, 2007. In an interview with the Telegraph & Argus, Evans caused controversies when publicly criticizing the Blackpool supporters. When he returned to Blackpool, Blackpool boss Simon Grayson warned him that he'd have to do "whatever comes his way" to him.

Evans signed for Millwall on a free transfer from January 22nd, 2008-08 season. He gave Millwall two late goals on his first visit to draw 2–2 with Nottingham Forest after losing a two-goal lead. During the season, Evans played 21 league games and one FA Cup game, and although Millwall eventually avoided relegation, manager Kenny Jackett decided not to prolong Evans' contract beyond the 2007–08 season.

When he was given a trial by boss Stuart McCall in July 2008, he had a second chance to shine at Bradford City. Before committing to a one-year deal in 2008, he played many pre-season friendlies before committing to a one-year deal on August 1, 2008. Evans made his debut in the first game of the season as City defeated Notts County 2–1. He made a few saves to win. He was a regular on the City side before understudy Jonathan McLaughlin, and his boss McCall praised him for one save against Rotherham United, which was comparable to one made by former England international David Seaman. Evans maintained four straight clean sheets, one shy of a club record, before giving up a deflected free kick against Accrington Stanley. Evans wanted a longer deal with the club due to his form. Evans also set a new personal record for clean sheets in a season during the 2008–09 season. Evans was a regular fixture in the city and cup, and he was expected to miss his first game against Darlington in February after breaking his thigh. However, Evans continued to play with a thigh strain after reserve goal Jonathan McLaughlin sustained concussion in a reserve game. Since the club had to lower the wage budget, he was released from his service on May 6, 2009.

Evans worked with Bristol Rovers on a trial, before committing to a short-term deal. This will be his second time at Rovers, after being on loan from Chelsea in 2000. In the First Round of the League Cup, he made his second appearance against Aldershot Town. He let one off from a penalty, but Rovers' passage was not allowed because he made several critical saves. He played because Steve Phillips was in Turkey discussing a move, but the Newcastle club would not let Fraser Forster play because he is on loan from the Magpies. He also participated in the following round's game against Cardiff City, where Forster was cup-tied and Steve Phillips was placed on the transfer list, a 2–1 league loss at Wycombe, and a JPT loss at Hereford.

He signed a new one-year contract on the 2009 transfer deadline.

Evans made eight appearances for Rovers, four cup outings, before being released with 14 others at the 2009/10 season.

Evans signed a one-year deal with Southend United on July 22nd. Evans was voted second in second place behind Glenn Morris at the start of the season. On August 31, 2010, he made his debut in the Football League Trophy game against Gillingham. In a 2–0 victory over Oxford United on January 1, Evans had to wait until January 1, 2011 to make his club debut for the club.

Evans was told by the club that he would not receive a new contract at Southend in May 2011, one of five players to be released by the club.

Following his release from training with Forest Green Rovers in Conference National, Evans was a member of the 2011–12 campaign. He later joined Staines Town, a Conference South team, and stayed with the club until the 2011-12 season.

Evans had signed for the club on a one-year deal, and Exeter City announced it on June 18, 2012. He was fired by the Exeter on the 30th of April 2013 due to his employment's end.

Following a fruitful hearing, Evans agreed to join Hereford United on August 1st.

Evans had agreed to work as a mentor, according to The Hereford Times, who published it on May 21, 2015, and he was held for coaching sessions once a week. He played for Wimborne Town alongside his coaching duties during his time with the Bulls. In March 2018, Evans was officially registered as a player at Edgar Street. He left the club in October 2018, just after Peter Beadle's departure.

Evans was signed by Royal Wootton Bassett Town in February 2019. He joined Swindon Supermarine as a goalkeeping coach in June 2019. He has also worked at Salisbury.

Evans joined Barnet as a goalkeeping coach on October 1, 2020, once more collaborating with Peter Beadle and Steve Jenkins. Following Beadle's departure, he departed in December 2020.

International career

Evans played for England under 18 and Under 20 years before his debut with the England Under 21 squad in 2003 against Serbia and Montenegro, but was forced to be replaced by Stephen Bywater due to a back injury. He declined a second shot at playing for the Under 21s in September 2003 and instead concentrated on establishing himself as the Swindon Town first-choice goalkeeper.


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