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Steve Wicks (born 3 October 1956) in Reading, Berkshire was an English football defender. He was a tall, solid imposing player who played centre half. He most notably played for Chelsea, Derby County and Queens Park Rangers in the 1970s and 1980s. Steve made his debut for Chelsea aged 19 in 1975.

Steve had 2 spells at QPR and was part of the successful QPR side that won the Second Division Championship in 1983 and appeared in the Milk Cup Final in 1986.

The cry used to be heard around Loftus Road

"6 foot 2,
eyes of blue,
Stevie Wicks is after you"

He later moved into management with Scarborough, and then Lincoln City where he held the post for only 42 days, Crawley Town F.C., Scarborough F.C. and Malaysian side Selangor FA from 1997 to 1998.. He is currently working at Chelsea football club. He is the father of Matthew Wicks who was on the books at Manchester United and Arsenal and played for Brighton and Hove Albion. After retiring from football Wicks got offered a huge managing job in Malaysia and Singapore, which he took, and all the family moved with him. He enjoyed the time away but returned to England five years later.

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