Frank Stapleton is currently the Assistant Manager to Ray Wilkins with the Jordanian National Team.
In 1994 Stapleton was appointed the player-manager of Bradford. He then transferred to Brighton where he subsequently retired from playing.
In 1996 Stapleton was appointed manager of the Major League Soccer team New England Revolution. He returned to the UK in 2003 to become a specialist coach at Bolton Wanderers.
Stapleton's playing career saw him win the FA Cup once with Arsenal and twice with Manchester Umited. He also won the Charity Shield in 1983 with the Red Devils. He was capped 71 times for the Republic of Ireland.