6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Flowers has had quite an illustrious playing career winning numerous honours and international caps. A goalkeeper by trade he started out at Wolverhampton Wanderers he made 63 appearances before moving to Southampton, during which he had a brief loan spell with Swindon Town. After 192 appearances at the Dell, Flowers made a big money move to Blackburn Rovers for £2,400,000, making him the most expensive goalkeeper at the time. After 6 years at Ewood Park, Flowers won the Premier League as well as achieving his first England cap, he moved onto Filbert Street with Leicester City.
The Kenilworth born stopper won the League Cup with the Foxes in 2000, and made 11 England caps in total, being involved in both Euro 96 and France 98. He ended his career with brief loan spells at Stockport County, Coventry City and Manchester City, where he became goalkeeping coach.
His coaching exploits at Manchester City encouraged then Coventry City boss Iain Dowie to bring him in as his right hand man.
As Dowie moved to Rangers he brought his backroom staff with him, including Tim who is now his assistant manager.
Following the appointment of Paulo Sousa, Flowers left the QPR coaching set-up.
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