Tony Pulis arrived at Crystal Palace at the end of November with the Eagles having won only two of their opening 12 Barclays Premier League matches, and sitting six points adrift of safety.
Boyhood Blackburn Rovers fan Eric Kinder became the club’s Under-21s head coach in June 2013 when moving from Carlisle United.
Seamus McDonagh is a vastly experienced Irish goalkeeping coach who enjoyed a 24-year playing career, beginning at Rotherham United in 1970.
Lee Johnson is one of the Football League’s youngest managers, having joined Sky Bet League One side Oldham Athletic at the age of 31.
Tony Spaniard Aitor Karanka enjoyed an impressive playing career, which included winning the UEFA Champions League with Real
Madrid in 2000.
Tony Mowbray is an experienced manager and former player, having guided West Bromwich Albion into the Premier League in 2008.
This session examines how we condition a player technically, tactically, physiologically and psychologically when attacking and defending transitions in a small-sided competition-based game.
Barnsley manager Danny Wilson has now enjoyed 38 years in professional football – his first involvement in the game being as a player for Wigan Athletic in 1976.
There aren’t many current Football League managers who can boast a career in London’s unrelenting banking district, but Brentford manager
Mark Warburton worked for two decades as a trader, both in the UK and in Chicago and Charlotte in the United States.
Graham Taylor enjoyed over three decades in management, having started at Lincoln City in 1972.