Date of birth
Born in Sheffield, Eaden started his playing career at local side Barnsley, making over 300 appearances at the club and gaining promotion to the Premier League before joining Birmingham City.
Eaden also had a successful spell at Wigan Athletic, winning promotion from Division Two into the Premier League for the second time in his career, and also played in the 2001 Football League Cup Final.
The 44-year old stepped into coaching after his retirment from the game, having spells at the likes of Peterborough United, Rotherham United and Leicester City before a move to the Sky Blues.
Initially joining as the Under-23s Coach, Eaden took on first-team responsiblities following the resignation of Tony Mowbray and continues to work alongside City's development squad.