After a seventeen year career playing in England’s top football divisions, Kenny Lowe delved into the managerial side of football, managing English clubs Gateshead and Barrow through the late nineties and early 2000s.
Lowe left Barrow to move down under and accepted a role as assistant manager at Perth Glory in 2007 whilst also taking charge at the famous National Training Centre in Western Australia.
After a four year stint at the club, Lowe left the Glory briefly in 2011 before coming back and fulfilling the caretaker coach role in 2013. Lowe saw out the season as caretaker coach and was rewarded with the full time role ahead of the 2014/15 season.
In his first year as Glory manager, Lowe managed to guide the team all the way to the final of the inaugural FFA Cup where the side narrowly fell to defeat against Adelaide United.
Heading in to the 2016/17 season, Lowe stands as Glory’s longest serving manager with 72 matches next to his name.