BioDavid Howell is a former English football player, who played as a central defender. He is currently the manager of St Albans City.
Howell started his professional career with Fulham in 1978, but failed to reach the first team. He then moved on to various non-league clubs, including Harrow Borough (whom he helped win the 1984 Isthmian League Premier Division Championship), Hounslow Town, Hillingdon Borough and Enfield. He was also a Semi-pro international, achieving the honour of being the first black England National Game XI captain.
In July 1990 he joined Barnet for £10,000. He scored a headed goal on the final day of the 1990-91 season to help Barnet win the Football Conference League, and thereby gain promotion to the Football League Fourth Division.
In 1991-92 he made 34 appearances, scoring 3 goals as Barnet reached 7th place, but failed to gain promotion via the play-offs. In the following season (1992-93) he made a further 23 appearances as Barnet finished 3rd in the renamed Barclays League Division 3, thereby gaining promotion to Division 2.
In July 1993 he joined Division 1 team Southend United for whom he made 6 appearances. At the end of the 1993-94 season he was released and in October 1994 (now aged 36) he joined Birmingham City on a non-contract basis, playing twice for them in division 2.
Howell then played for Stevenage Borough before retiring as a player.
Whilst at Barnet, Southend United and Birmingham City, Howell worked with Barry Fry and Edwin Stein as part of the management team. He later returned to Harrow Borough as assistant manager to Stein. In November 2003 he took over as caretaker manager to take the position permanently in the following February. In June 2011 he left Harrow Borough after leading them to their best season, in recent times, to become manager of the recently relegated St Albans City, who will be playing in the Southern Football League in the 2011/2012 season.
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