Paul Nevin joined
Norwich City as Academy Head of Coaching in the summer of 2013.
Previously with the Aspire Academy in Qatar, he has also worked
for Fulham and managed in New Zealand. he left Norwich in August 2014.
His playing career took in spells with the likes of Shrewsbury Town, Carlisle United and Yeovil Town as well as four years in the USA.
He later worked for the Football Association as a youth coach with England's national teams and most recently has been head of academy coaching at the Premier League, a role he began in 2014.
On 9th June 2016, he joined Brighton as first team coach, teaming again with Chris Hughton
In November 2018 he worked with the England team as part of a BAME placement scheme designed to “improve the pipeline of future talent”.
Nevin was sacked by Brighton on 13th May 2019 along with Hughton and assistant manager Paul Trollope after their poor form saw them almost relegated from the Premier League.
He then joined West Ham as first team coach.in February 2020.
On 3rd September 2021 it was reported that Nevin had joined England manager Gareth Southgate's coaching team replacing Newcastle United coach Graeme Jones after he left his role following the conclusion of the 2020 European Championships. Southgate said: “Paul is a hugely respected coach and somebody we know well so we’re thankful to David Moyes and West Ham for allowing him to support us on the road to the 2022 World Cup.”