Giles Coke is a midfielder of Sheffield Wednesday. He was born on 3 June 1986 in Westminster, London, England.
Giles’s professional career took off in Kingstonian in 2004, when he penned his first professional contract and started to make occasional appearances. The footballer showed encouraging performance and became a regular by the second part of his début season, which helped him to net six goals in 28 fixtures for the club before transferring to Mansfield Town, where he fired five goals in 70 games during two years.
In 2007, Coke sealed a permanent deal with Northampton Town and found the net seven times in 52 matches for the team during two seasons. In 2009, the midfielder completed a move to Motherwell and scored two goals in 32 fixtures for the Scottish club before joining Sheffield Wednesday in 2010. Giles made solid display during his début season, but the management decided to send him on loan to Bury in the summer 2011. The footballer amassed six goals in 30 games for the team and put pen to paper of a temporary contract with Swindon Town, where he featured in four games. After returning to his parent Sheffield, Coke took his tally to four goals in 27 matches for ‘The Owls’ as of February 2013.
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