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Highly-rated goalkeeping coach who has been part of the club's backroom staff since June 2013.

A local lad, the 40-year-old began his playing career career with West Brom before joining Crewe via loan spells with Coventry and Chester.

He signed for the Blues permanently in 1998 but left for Aston Villa a year later, followed by a move to Stoke in 2001.

Cutler helped the Potters win the Second Divison play-offs in his first season and played a key role on loan at Swansea as they avoided relegation from the Football League the following year.

He ended his playing days with stints at Stockport and then Rotherham, before becoming goalkeeping coach at Bury.

After two years at Scunthorpe, Cutler moved to the Banks's in 2013 and has helped develop several goalkeepers, most notably Richard O'Donnell and Neil Etheridge.