Crosses from danger zones – Issue 13 (August 2011)
Sammy McIlroy is a vastly experienced football manager who, most recently, was in charge at npower League Two Morecambe.
He took the Shrimps into the Football League for the first time in 2007 after winning the Conference play-off final against Exeter City.
It was the second time he had achieved the feat having secured promotion for Macclesfield Town back in 1997, with a second successive promotion arriving the following year. His achievements led to three years in charge of the Northern Ireland international side. He has also managed Northwich Victoria and Stockport County.
As a player, Sammy was the last of the ‘Busby Babes’, and played 342 games for the Manchester United between 1971-82. He also turned out for Stoke City, Manchester City and Preston North End, plus earned 88 caps for Northern Ireland, including appearances at the 1982 and 1986 World Cups.
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