|Full name||Eric Winstanley|
|Date of birth||15 November 1944 |
|Place of birth||Barnsley, England|
|Current club||Supersport United (technical director)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Born in Barnsley, Winstanley started his career with Barnsley after signing a professional contract in May 1962, where he later became captain. He made 410 league appearances for Barnsley and had been described as a "club legend". He joined Chesterfield in August 1973. After his retirement, he became a member of the coaching staff at Barnsley.
Winstanley spent over 20 years on the coaching staff at Barnsley, but left in June 2001, which ended a 34 year association with the club. He had two spells as caretaker manager during this time. He was given a testimonial match by the club in November 2001 against Manchester United, which Barnsley won 1–0.
Winstanley became technical director of the Saint Kitts and Nevis national team in 2001, before leaving in February 2004. He worked as youth team coach at Doncaster Rovers during the 2004–05 season. Winstanley was brought into the Scarborough coaching staff as assistant manager in October 2005. He left the position in July 2006 following Mark Patterson's arrival onto the coaching team and became the York City head of youth development in October. He worked in this role along with being Colin Walker's assistant since November 2007 until being appointed as head coach following Neil Redfearn's arrival as youth-team coach in February 2008. He was sacked as head coach alongside manager Walker on 21 November 2008.
|Barnsley (caretaker)||England||19 April 1999||27 May 1999||3||2||1||0||66.7|
|Barnsley (caretaker)||England||19 December 2000||8 January 2001||5||1||1||3||20.0|