Rotational play - Issue 18 (January 2012)
Lee Clark has made a huge impression in his first managerial post, taking his Huddersfield Town side on a 43-match unbeaten league run, which lasted four weeks short of one calendar year.
Having lost out in the 2011 npower League One play-off final last season, Clark has galvanised his troops again this year, and his positive, dedicated management style is reflective of the way he played the game during a 16-year professional career. Starting at Newcastle United in 1990, he switched to rivals Sunderland, then Fulham, before ending his playing days back at United in the 2005/06 season. He began coaching at Newcastle under then manager Glenn Roeder, before switching to Norwich City.
He was given the manager’s job at Huddersfield in December 2008.
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