Jamie Hoyland is Academy Manager at Sheffield United, overseeing the next breed of talented youngsters to emerge from Bramall Lane.
Liam Bramley, a UEFA A-licence coach, began as an apprentice footballer at Rotherham United, but after dropping into the non-league game, chose to study Sports Science at Northumbria University.
Simon Hollyhead is Assistant Manager with Swedish giants Malmö FF. He is in his third season since joining them in 2010, working alongside first-team managers Roland Nilsson and, latterly, Rikard Norling.
Paul Hart became Academy Director at Charlton Athletic in June 2011, with the task of bringing through the next generation of footballer from a club that, in recent years, has provided an impressive array of young stars.
Chris Hughton was installed as the new manager of Barclays Premier League side Norwich City at the start of June.
Dean Holdsworth made his name as a powerful yet skilful striker, most notably for Brentford, Wimbledon and Bolton Wanderers, for whom he scored a combined total of 150 goals.
Anthony Hudson is manager of the Bahrain Under-23 international and Olympic team.
The West Bromwich Albion management team consists of Roy Hodgson, Michael Appleton and Keith Downing.
Chris Hutchings accepted the role of assistant manager when linking up with Paul Jewell at Ipswich Town in January 2011.
Dario Gradi MBE is one of only three managers to have taken charge of over 1,000 senior games for the same club – the others being Manchester United duo Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson.