Before he joined Leeds, Aizlewood was captain of Charlton Athletic and won the player of the year award for two consecutive years but after heavy barracking from the crowd at one match he responded by making a rude gesture and as such was stripped of the captaincy and was allowed to join Leeds for £200,000.
Aizlewood was assistant manager of Chester City in 2004–05 under Ian Rush. He also attends several coaching schemes in the South Wales area. His older brother Steve Aizlewood was also a professional footballer with Newport County and Portsmouth
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