Darren Peacock was the special guest in April

The 48-year-old former player of, among others, Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United and Blackburn Rovers took a coaching job at the end of his career. He worked as a manager of none-league Lancaster City, as well as an assistant to Trevor Sinclair at Queens Park Rangers. Peacock was part of the team that lost the Premier League title narrowly to Manchester United after having a 10-point lead at Christmas. He scored only twice for the Magpies, one of those coming in a 5–0 home defeat of Manchester United on 20 October 1996.

He is currently the sports director at The North Lancs & District Development Centre, which looks at youth development. Peacock, who played nearly 400 league games in England (231 n the Premier League), will join the extensive list of distinguished IPSO guests, who visited our courses.