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.
Guy Whittingham Portsmouth Passing forward with a purpose – Issue 39 (October 2013) Also in this issue – Sir Alex Ferguson, Brian Laws, John Sheridan, Simon Copley, Tony Docherty Guy Whittingham stepped into the fray in arguably Portsmouth’s darkest hour. The very survival of the southcoast former Premier League outfit was in real doubt when […]
Nigel Worthington is manager of npower League Two side York City, and arrived at Bootham Crescent in March 2013 with the specific task of keeping the Minstermen in the Football League following their promotion from the Blue Square Bet Premier Conference last season.
Neil Warnock is now in his 13th managerial role having joined Leeds United in the summer of 2012.
Mark Yates is one of the most respected managers in the lower leagues having turned around the fortunes of npower League Two side Cheltenham Town and, before them, Conference outfit Kidderminster Harriers.
Graham Westley joined Preston North End in January 2012, following two spells as manager of Stevenage, during which time he transformed the club from Conference alsorans to a real force in npower League One.
Tommy Wilson is reserve team coach as Rangers, and also works as an Under-19s coach for the Scotland national team.
Less than nine months after retiring from professional football, David Unsworth found himself acting as caretaker-manager of then Championship side Preston North End, in December 2009.
John Ward has been Colchester United manager since May 2010, and in his first full season in charge, guided the Essex side to 10th in npower League One.