Steelers Head Coach - Aaron Fox
|1994–95||Green Bay Gamblers||USHL|
|1995–96||Green Bay Gamblers||USHL|
|1996–97||Minnesota State (Mankato)||NCAA|
|1997–98||Minnesota State (Mankato)||NCAA|
|1998-99||Minnesota State (Mankato)||NCAA|
|1999–00||Minnesota State (Mankato)||NCAA|
Aaron Fox hails from Minnesota, USA and after playing for his university and then in the IHL and ECHL he headed to Europe.
As can be seen from the panel to the left, he enjoyed an extensive, and succesful, hockey playing career.
Aaron was appointed "Sports Manager" for Zagreb in 2013.
He performed this role in the KHL and EBEL leagues, even icing for his team for 3 games, despite not having played for 3 full seasons previously. With his club suffering from a range of off-ice issues, Aaron Fox took on the additional role of Head Coach, but circumstances forced his resignation from both roles in December 2018.
He was appointed General Manager and Head Coach of Sheffield Steelers in April 2019.