Blind side running - Issue 11 (June 2011)
When Gary Megson was confirmed as the new manager of Sheffield Wednesday in February 2011, it marked his return to a club for whom he made 223 appearances across two spells in the 1980s.
Wednesday became the ninth side the 52-yearold has taken charge of, with notable spells at West Bromwich Albion, where he twice won promotion to the Premier League; and Stockport County, where he earned the club their highest-ever league finish.
He also guided Bolton Wanderers into the last 16 of the UEFA Cup for the first time in their history.
As a player, Megson was a measured and determined midfielder who began his career at Plymouth Argyle in 1977. He went on to play for Everton, Newcastle United, Manchester City and Norwich City, amongst others, before hanging up his boots in 1995.
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