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Andy Awford

Andy Awford became the youngest player to appear in the FA Cup when he appeared for non-league Worcester City against Boreham
Wood in the late 1980s, aged just 15 years and 88 days.

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Graham Alexander

As a player, Graham Alexander holds the rare accolade of having made over 150 senior appearances for four different clubs
– Scunthorpe United, Luton Town, Preston North End and Burnley.

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Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce was unveiled as the new manager of West Ham United on June 1, 2011.

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Michael Appleton

At the age of 27, Michael Appleton’s playing career was cruelly cut short, after the former Manchester United trainee was forced to admit defeat in a twoyear battle against a posterior cruciate knee ligament injury.

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Martin Allen

Gillingham manager Martin Allen has enjoyed a sensational first six months in charge at Priestfield, taking the Kent club to the summit of npower League Two whilst overseeing a brand of positive, attacking football.

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Neal Ardley

Neal Ardley succeeded the popular Terry Brown in charge of npower League Two side AFC Wimbledon in October 10, 2012, having spent five years developing players as Cardiff City’s Academy Manager.

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Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti has been manager of France Ligue 1 club Paris St Germain since December 30, 2011.

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Nigel Adkins

Nigel Adkins was announced as manager of Southampton in September 2010 – the appointment signalling the next stage of an incredible climb in the coaching side of the game, which started as club physio at Scunthorpe United.

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Greg Abbott

Greg Abbott led Carlisle United to Wembley in his first full season in charge – the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final against Southampton – at the end of the 2008/09 campaign.

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