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North-east native Tony Mowbray made over 350 appearances for Middlesbrough, the club he now manages, as well as enjoying spells at Celtic and Ipswich Town, before hanging up his boots in 2000.
After becoming interim manager at Ipswich, he took on his first official managerial post at Hibernian in 2004, winning the Manager of the Year award and earning the club UEFA Cup football.
He switched to West Bromwich Albion two years later, plotting the Baggies’ course back into the Premier League within two years. A season in charge of Celtic followed, before the 48-year-old returned to Middlesbrough, with the club regarded as one of the npower Championship favourites this season.