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.
Although Mick Wadsworth completed only 19 senior matches as a professional – for Scunthorpe United in the mid-1970s – he spent a significant amount of time in the non-league game, and has used experience gained to forge an impressive career in management.
Gary Waddock has now been in charge at npower League One side Wycombe Wanderers for over two years, and having already landed the Buckinghamshire outfit a promotion, is well tipped to deliver further success this season.
Arsène Wenger is widely regarded as one of the best coaches in world soccer.
Dan Walder is Technical Development Coach at Blue Square Premier side Luton Town.