Ezra Frank Callum Biggins (born 2 September 2006), is a retired English association football Manager. He is known as one of the most successful ever managers.

Ezra started out at Fords National League (5th tier) team Sunderland, in the 2044-45 season. He won the title in his first season and then the League 2 (4th tier) title in his second. after reaching League 1 with a team like Sunderland, Ezra attracted Championship teams such as West Ham United. It was mid-season and with Sunderland in a respectable 5th position and West Ham falling down into 20th, he was offered the job.

Now at West Ham in the 2046-47 season, he was able to get his players going and ended in 10th. He enjoyed a reasonable spell with West Ham finishing 3rd in 3 straight seasons, before winning the title in the 2050-51 season. Now at the age of 45, Biggins was attracting a lot of big ego clubs, such as Manchester City, Manchester United, Stoke City and Crystal Palace. Despite these offers, he went to Fleetwood Town, who finished 6th in the Premier League (1st tier) the previous season. He surprised everyone by finishing 1st in the very first season, but then resigned because of the owner giving a lack money towards the transfer budget.

In the 2052-53 season he travelled to Italy to manage Roma where he won 5 Serie A's on the bounce, 4 major domestic cups and 3 Champions League