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Kevin Cullis (born 1958) is a former Englishmarker football manager and a convicted fraudster.

Cullis' brief managerial career at the professional level came when he was appointed manager of Third Division Swansea City on 7 February 1996 by prospective new chairman Michael Thompson. He had never played professional football and his only previous management experience was as the youth coach of non-league club Cradley Town, then of the West Midlands League Premier Division, and based at Cradleymarker in the Black Countrymarker.

Cullis managed Swansea City for just two games, a 1-0 home defeat to Swindon Town and a 4-0 defeat at Blackpool. According to the club, he resigned after the Blackpool match on 14 February 1996, but Cullis himself denied that he had resigned and even claimed he was still in charge of the club. A couple of days later, Swansea's outgoing chairman Doug Sharpe called off Thompson's takeover and resumed control.

In April 2003, Cullis was jailed for nine months for fraud and deception at Wolverhamptonmarker Crown Court after falsely claiming to be a highly-paid marketing consultant. He was jailed again, for a further nine months, at the same court in September 2004 for handling a stolen insurance certificate and using it with intent to deceive.

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