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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobby_McDonald View Post
    Good recovery with Livi.
    Cheers! Nice to win some games for a change!!

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    Scottish First Divison

    2019/2020


    League Results:

    October/Novemeber December/January


    League Table:



    Could not have gone mcuh better over last fewe months. SPL here we come, if we can hang on

    Cup Results:



    Disappointed with the Challenge Cup semi final defeat to SD2 side Ayr.

    Out of the Scottish Cup 4th Round to SPL leaders Rangers.

    A great run in the Scottish League Cup gives us a place in the final against Rangers. A massive ask but who knows!


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    going strong in the league

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMtillidie View Post
    going strong in the league
    Not bad at all, main issue now is ive not used squad rotation much so a few players in need of a rest. May have to pick and choose fixtures for some of my players although a ten point lead gives me that chance.

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    Scottish League Cup Final

    Sunday 15th March 2020

    Hampden Park

    Livingston vs Rangers


    Route to the Final
    Livingston



    Route to the Final
    Rangers




    Cup History
    Livingston

    Winners: 2004

    Cup History
    Rangers

    Winners: 27 times
    Runners Up: 7 times


    WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW


    ARE YOU READY FOR THE BEST CUP FINAL EVER


    ARE YOU?


    HERE IT COMES!!!??!!!




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    Scottish First Division

    February/March


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    Table:




    There we go, promotion to the SPL. Fantastic season all round, decent defence, scoring forwards and the middle of the park packed with guys willing to run all day.



    Only decision now is whether to stay at the end of the season or move on somewhere new? Hmmm.


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    End of Season

    Scottish Division One

    Results:



    Table:



    Job done for this season, league champions, league cup runners up and challenge cup semi finalists.

    I have rejected two contract offers so far, but this doesn't mean im leaving.


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    The Winners


    Barclays Premier League:

    2011/12: Tottenham
    2012/13: Manchester United
    2013/14: Manchester United
    2014/15: Manchester United
    2015/16: Liverpool
    2016/17: Manchester United
    2017/18: Tottenham
    2018/19: Manchester United
    2019/20: Manchester City

    FA Cup:

    2011/12: West Brom (beat Bolton 4-3 pn pens after 1-1 aet)
    2012/13: Tottenham (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2013/14: Manchester City (beat West Ham 3-1)
    2014/15: Sunderland (beat Liverpool 1-0)
    2015/16: Tottenham (beat Swansea 4-0)
    2016/17: Wigan (beat Exeter 3-0)
    2017/18: Chelsea (beat Arsenal 5-0)
    2018/19: Chelsea (beat Everton 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Sunderland 2-0)



    League Cup:

    2011/12: Newcastle (beat Bolton 1-0)
    2012/13: West Brom (beat Watford 2-1)
    2013/14: West Brom (beat Everton 5-4 on pens after 2-2)
    2014/15: Manchester City (beat Newcastle 1-0)
    2015/16: Derby (beat Cardiff 1-0)
    2016/17: Manchester United (beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0)
    2017/18: Everton (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2018/19: Wigan (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2019/20: Liverpool (beat QPR 2-0)




    Clydesdale Bank Premier League:


    2011/12: Celtic
    2012/13: Celtic
    2013/14: Celtic
    2014/15: Celtic
    2015/16: Celtic
    2016/17: Celtic
    2017/18: Celtic
    2018/19: Celtic
    2019/20: Celtic



    Scottish Cup:


    2011/12: Rangers (beat Stirling 3-0)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Livingston 3-0 aet)
    2013/14: Inverness CT (beat Kilmarnock 2-1)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Mirren 1-0)
    2015/16: Celtic (beat Hibs 1-0)
    2016/17: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2017/18: Aberdeen (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Celtic 2-1)



    Scottish League Cup:


    2011/12: Celtic (beat Aberdeen 2-1)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2013/14: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 3-2)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Johnstone 3-0)
    2015/16: Inverness CT (beat Hearts 3-2)
    2016/17: Hibs (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2017/18: Dundee United (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 4-0)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Livingston 8-6 aet)




    Northern Irish Premier Division:


    2011/12: Linfield
    2012/13: Linfield
    2013/14: Linfield
    2014/15: Cliftonville
    2015/16: Portadown
    2016/17: Cliftonville
    2017/18: Linfield
    2018/19: Glentoran
    2019/20: Crusaders



    Irish Cup:


    2011/12: Coleraine (beat Distillery 4-1)
    2012/13: Glentoran (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2013/14: Warrenpoint (beat Glentoran 2-1)
    2014/15: Ballymena (beat Glentoran 3-1 aet)
    2015/16: Portadown (beat Distillery 2-1)
    2016/17: Linfield (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2017/18: Distillery (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2018/19: Crusaders (beat Cliftonville 2-1)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Crusaders 3-2)



    Irish League Cup:


    2011/12: Portadown (beat Dungannon 2-1)
    2012/13: Linfield (beat Ballymena 2-1)
    2013/14: Glentoran (beat Glenavon 2-1)
    2014/15: Crusaders (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2015/16: Coleraine (beat Glentoran 5-4 on pens after 3-3)
    2016/17: Crusaders (beat Institude 1-0)
    2017/18: Ballinamallard United (beat Crusaders 5-4 on pens after 1-1)
    2018/19: Glenavon (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Linfield 1-0)




    Welsh Premier League:

    2011/12: Neath
    2012/13: TNS
    2013/14: TNS
    2014/15: Neath
    2015/16: Neath
    2016/17: Neath
    2017/18: Aberystwyth
    2018/19: Neath
    2019/20: Neath



    Welsh Cup :


    2011/12: Wrexham (beat Newport County 2-1 aet)
    2012/13: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)
    2013/14: TNS (beat Neath 5-2)
    2014/15: Wrexham (beat Bala 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2015/16: Haverfordwest (beat Neath 5-3 on pens after 2-2)
    2016/17: Neath (beat Newport County 1-0)
    2017/18: Wrexham (beat Newtown 2-0)
    2018/19: Pontardawe (beat Wrexham 3-2 aet)
    2019/20: Newport County (beat Wrexham 4-2 on pens after 1-1)



    Welsh League Cup:


    2011/12: Neath (beat Prestatyn 3-1)
    2012/13: Llanelli (beat Aberystwyth 6-5 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Aberystwyth (beat Llanelli 3-0)
    2014/15: Port Talbot (beat Airbus 3-1)
    2015/16: Neath (beat TNS 1-0)
    2016/17: Neath (beat TNS 5-3 on pens after 0-0)
    2017/18: Haverfordwest (beat Bangor City 3-0)
    2018/19: TNS (beat Llanelli 3-1)
    2019/20: Neath (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)




    Champions League:


    2011/12: Inter (beat Real Madrid 4-0)
    2012/13: Barcalona (beat Roma 3-0)
    2013/14: Manchester United (beat PSG 4-2)
    2014/15: PSG (beat Manchester United 4-2 on pens after 2-2)
    2015/16: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2016/17: AC Milan (beat Liverpool 3-0 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 1-0)
    2018/19: Barcelona (beat Real Madrid 3-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Bayern Munich 4-2 on pens after 0-0)



    Europa League:


    2011/12: Shakhtar (beat LOSC Lille 2-1)
    2012/13: Chelsea (beat Manchester City 3-2 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Tottenham (beat Sevilla 3-1)
    2014/15: Arsenal (beat Chelsea 2-0)
    2015/16: Liverpool (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2016/17: Arsenal (beat Sporting Lisborn 4-1 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Stuttgart (beat Spartak Moscow 2-0)
    2018/19: Lyon (beat Juventus 4-1)
    2019/20: Dortmund (beat AC Milan 3-0 on pens after 2-2)




    World Cup:

    2014: Italy (beat Brazil 2-1) england: QF scotland: dnq wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2018: England (beat France 1-0 aet) hosts: Russia england: winners scotland: group stage wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq

    European Champioships:

    2012: Holland (beat Scotland 3-1) england: group stage scotland: runners-up wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2016: Spain (beat Italy 4-1 ) Hosts: Holland england: QF scotland: group stage wales: group stage n.ireland: 2nd round
    2020: Italy (beat Spain 1-0) Hosts: Belguim england: QF scotland: 2nd rd wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq

    My History

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    2011/12 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 13th     : Joined in Feb 12 with club 15th
    2012/13 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 14th     : Sacked in Nov 12, club ended 13th
    2013/14 : Darlington       : Blue Square Bet Premier : 18th     : Resigned in May 14 a month before end of contract
    2014/15 : York City        : Blue Square Bet Premier : 14th     : Sacked in Oct 14 with club 18th
    2014/15 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet Premier : 21st     : Joined October 14 with club 17th. Relegated
    2015/16 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 8th      : FA Trophy winner
    2016/17 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 5th      : Play-off Winners, Promoted to BSBP
    2017/18 : Doncaster Rovers : npower League Two       : 6th      : Play-off runners-up. Resigned a month before contract expired
    2018/19 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 6th      : Took over in Dec 18 with club 9th
    2019/20 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 1st      : League Champions and League Cup runners-up

    Former Clubs:

    Moyola Park - Left Nov 2012 - since then the club won promotion to First Divison before instant relegation. In the 2018/19 season the club dropped out of the Second Division.

    Darlington - Left May 2014 - three years after leaving the club won the BSBP and have since finished 10th, 22nd and 14th in League Two.

    York City - Left October 2014 - finished 5th, 2nd and 2nd in the next three seasons following my sacking, winning the BSBP play-offs in 2018. Finished 16th and 6th in two seasons back in the Football League.

    Cambridge - Left May 2017 - Left after gaining promotion to the BSBP the club finished 8th then 23rd in the league. Just finished 2nd in BSBS but lost in play-off semi finals.

    Doncaster - Left June 2018 - After a League Two play-off final defeat the club has finished 10th and 20th in League Two.
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    Well after not checking the terms of my contract and thinking it expired at the end of June i clicked continue and bang, June 1st:


    SCOTT RESIGNS

    Stupid old me.

    Back to job hunting and nothing around so far.

    Following the Euros a job at SPL side St Mirren came up, but i was overlooked until



    and then




    So SPL or International management or both???


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    I would take both on .

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    Both, international management can very useful with rep, as I know from experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRL88 View Post
    I would take both on .
    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Both, international management can very useful with rep, as I know from experience.
    Rejected Ireland job, i really don't think i have done enough to warrent that job just yet plus i would like to stick to the four nations i have loaded.

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    Did you not fancy managing Livi in the SPL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike7077 View Post
    Did you not fancy managing Livi in the SPL?
    Really did want a crack at the SPL but part of me wanted to see what jobs came up after season ended before I committed. I was really hoping the Blackburn job came up, a club struggling in League One. Thinking the contract ended at end of June thought i was safe to reject a couple of contract extensions but it ended on May 31st. Should have checked it but just continued the game, the next news item flashed up saying i had resigned. Gutted really.
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    Seems unrealistic to take both.

    I would've plumped for Ireland.

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    Stupid old you. After that promotion and cup final too.

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    SPL

    Pre Season 2020/21


    Here i am, in the SPL but not with the club i wanted to be with...

    As it goes HAFC have finished 11th in the previous two seasons, surviving by just a point last year.

    Pre-season has been poor followed by good. Two goalless draws followed a 1-0 loss to Man City. That happend before i came in.

    My two friendies featured a 1-1 draw with Preston and a 5-0 win over former club Darlington.

    As for the squad i am generally happy for the upcoming season so here it is:



    Since the start of my managerial career HAFC have had seasons in:

    SPL - 3 (11th, 11th and 12th)

    SD1 - 5 (1st, 1st, 3rd, 3rd and 10th)

    SD2 - 1 (1st)

    The club has gone through 3 managers previous to me:

    Billy Reid until March 2012 (sacked)

    Jimmy Calderwood until May 2019 (retired)

    Jim McIntyre until July 2020 (left for St Mirren)

    The clubs best run in the cups:


    Scottish Cup - semi final twice

    League Cup - 3rd aet once

    Challenge Cup - 3rd on pens once


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    Hopefully it'll be more comfortable for them this time.

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    Season 2020/21

    SPL

    August and September


    Results:



    Table:




    Inconsistant start but fairly happy so far. Celtic defeat was tough, 90th winner for them but overall only the Hibs game has seen a poor performance. Anything better than 11th is good for this club.

    Sad to be out of the club already, as we were the better side but if you cant finish from 12 yards your not going to go far.

    The next couple of moths sees us visit Rangers, Celtic and former club Livingston.


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    Fairly good so far.

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    Season 2020/21

    SPL

    October and November


    Results:



    Table:




    So far so good. Nicely placed with some decent results. Defeat wise i always struggle at former clubs so defeat to Livingston was expected as was the loss to Rangers. Sadly though we were battered by Dundee Utd, a side i have been linked with should they change manager in the summer.

    Looking to build off the field too and the board seem to agree




    The Scottish Cup 4th Round gives us a home tie vs Second Division Montrose


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    SPL mid March


    Results:

    December and January

    February and March

    Table:



    Just looking at the league very happy indeed but a good look at the results shows it could have been so so better.

    March 16th 2021



    Burnley are currently 9th in the Championship, 5 points from the play-offs with 9 to play.

    A poor run of 6 points from 10 games cost Gordon Strachan his job.

    The club has spent 6 years in the Premier League with former managers being Martin Jol and Kaka


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    Going for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Going for it?
    Its a great little offer and the names that have had the hotseat before makes it more interesting. If the job came 6 weeks ago i would have rejected straight away but given Hamilton poor form and the knowledge of some SPL players i think i can do a job at Turf Moor.

    May have to sleep on it.

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    If you see no future for yourself in Scotland with Hamilton then it seems like the perfect offer considering the potential they have to go up

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    Take the job. Get promoted, and then go and beat Man United at Old Trafford

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    I would definitely take that.

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    Season 2020/21

    npower Championship

    March

    As you can tell i have left Hamilton for Burnley. It was too good a chance to turn down and the club is geared towards the Premier League.

    Having only just taken over i have been in charge for just two games

    Results:



    Table:



    Could not have wanted a better start, 12 goals, 6 points and now just 1 point from the play-offs.

    The club has given me a good transfer budget of £14m and in the bank the club has £20m.

    The club has agreed to improve youth facilities and also looking into buying Turf Moor.

    As for the squad we have some decent youngsters along with experienced players


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    You can make the play-offs!

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    i reckon youll make the play off

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    Still very much yours for the taking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeadHunta x View Post
    You can make the play-offs!
    Quote Originally Posted by manutdfan1999 View Post
    i reckon youll make the play off
    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Still very much yours for the taking.
    Play-offs made with one game to spare!

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    Season 2020/21

    npower Championship

    April

    Results:



    Table:



    Very happy to be on the play-offs although form has dropped in the final three games. In fairness the only defeat was to QPR who went up as runners-up and one of the draws was against play-off rivals Brighton



    Of the three sides in the Play-Offs Brighton are a side we know well given the recent league game. Fully expect West Ham to see off Huddersfield.

    Bring on the Play-Offs


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    npower Championship

    Play-Off Semi Final

    First Leg

    Friday 14th May 2021



    Half Time

    Burnley 2 - 0 Brighton

    Full Time

    Burnley 2 -
    0 Brighton

    The other semi-final first leg ended

    West Ham 1 -
    2 Huddersfield

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    npower Championship

    Play-Off Semi Final

    Second Leg

    Thursday 18th May 2021



    Half Time

    Brighton 1 - 1 Burnley

    Full Time

    Brighton 3- 3 Burnley

    (agg 3-5)

    The other semi final ended

    Huddersfield 1 - 1 West Ham

    (agg 3-2)


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    npower Championship

    Final

    Monday 24th May 2021

    Burnley
    vsHuddersfield Town


    GOAL!!!

    Hallam Hope (2)

    1-0 BURNLEY


    GOAL!!!

    Ken Scarlett (34)

    1-1



    GOAL!!!

    Nigel Zanelli (76pen)

    2-1 BURNLEY





    WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE SAY WE ARE PREMIER LEAGUE!!!


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    The Winners


    Barclays Premier League:

    2011/12: Tottenham
    2012/13: Manchester United
    2013/14: Manchester United
    2014/15: Manchester United
    2015/16: Liverpool
    2016/17: Manchester United
    2017/18: Tottenham
    2018/19: Manchester United
    2019/20: Manchester City
    2020/21: Manchester City

    FA Cup:


    2011/12: West Brom (beat Bolton 4-3 pn pens after 1-1 aet)
    2012/13: Tottenham (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2013/14: Manchester City (beat West Ham 3-1)
    2014/15: Sunderland (beat Liverpool 1-0)
    2015/16: Tottenham (beat Swansea 4-0)
    2016/17: Wigan (beat Exeter 3-0)
    2017/18: Chelsea (beat Arsenal 5-0)
    2018/19: Chelsea (beat Everton 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2020/21: Sheffield United (beat Blackpool 2-1 aet)

    League Cup:

    2011/12: Newcastle (beat Bolton 1-0)
    2012/13: West Brom (beat Watford 2-1)
    2013/14: West Brom (beat Everton 5-4 on pens after 2-2)
    2014/15: Manchester City (beat Newcastle 1-0)
    2015/16: Derby (beat Cardiff 1-0)
    2016/17: Manchester United (beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0)
    2017/18: Everton (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2018/19: Wigan (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2019/20: Liverpool (beat QPR 2-0)
    2020/21: Tottenham (beat QPR 1-0)



    Clydesdale Bank Premier League:


    2011/12: Celtic
    2012/13: Celtic
    2013/14: Celtic
    2014/15: Celtic
    2015/16: Celtic
    2016/17: Celtic
    2017/18: Celtic
    2018/19: Celtic
    2019/20: Celtic
    2020/21: Celtic

    Scottish Cup:


    2011/12: Rangers (beat Stirling 3-0)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Livingston 3-0 aet)
    2013/14: Inverness CT (beat Kilmarnock 2-1)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Mirren 1-0)
    2015/16: Celtic (beat Hibs 1-0)
    2016/17: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2017/18: Aberdeen (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2020/21: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-0)


    Scottish League Cup:


    2011/12: Celtic (beat Aberdeen 2-1)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2013/14: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 3-2)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Johnstone 3-0)
    2015/16: Inverness CT (beat Hearts 3-2)
    2016/17: Hibs (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2017/18: Dundee United (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 4-0)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Livingston 8-6 aet)
    2020/21: Livingston (beat Rangers 2-0 on pens after 2-2)



    Northern Irish Premier Division:


    2011/12: Linfield
    2012/13: Linfield
    2013/14: Linfield
    2014/15: Cliftonville
    2015/16: Portadown
    2016/17: Cliftonville
    2017/18: Linfield
    2018/19: Glentoran
    2019/20: Crusaders
    2020/21: Linfield

    Irish Cup:

    2011/12: Coleraine (beat Distillery 4-1)
    2012/13: Glentoran (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2013/14: Warrenpoint (beat Glentoran 2-1)
    2014/15: Ballymena (beat Glentoran 3-1 aet)
    2015/16: Portadown (beat Distillery 2-1)
    2016/17: Linfield (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2017/18: Distillery (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2018/19: Crusaders (beat Cliftonville 2-1)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Crusaders 3-2)
    2020/21: Glentoran (beat Crusaders 4-1)


    Irish League Cup:


    2011/12: Portadown (beat Dungannon 2-1)
    2012/13: Linfield (beat Ballymena 2-1)
    2013/14: Glentoran (beat Glenavon 2-1)
    2014/15: Crusaders (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2015/16: Coleraine (beat Glentoran 5-4 on pens after 3-3)
    2016/17: Crusaders (beat Institude 1-0)
    2017/18: Ballinamallard United (beat Crusaders 5-4 on pens after 1-1)
    2018/19: Glenavon (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2020/21: Distillery (beat Coleraine 1-0)



    Welsh Premier League:


    2011/12: Neath
    2012/13: TNS
    2013/14: TNS
    2014/15: Neath
    2015/16: Neath
    2016/17: Neath
    2017/18: Aberystwyth
    2018/19: Neath
    2019/20: Neath
    2020/21: Neath


    Welsh Cup :


    2011/12: Wrexham (beat Newport County 2-1 aet)
    2012/13: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)
    2013/14: TNS (beat Neath 5-2)
    2014/15: Wrexham (beat Bala 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2015/16: Haverfordwest (beat Neath 5-3 on pens after 2-2)
    2016/17: Neath (beat Newport County 1-0)
    2017/18: Wrexham (beat Newtown 2-0)
    2018/19: Pontardawe (beat Wrexham 3-2 aet)
    2019/20: Newport County (beat Wrexham 4-2 on pens after 1-1)
    2020/21: TNS (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)


    Welsh League Cup:


    2011/12: Neath (beat Prestatyn 3-1)
    2012/13: Llanelli (beat Aberystwyth 6-5 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Aberystwyth (beat Llanelli 3-0)
    2014/15: Port Talbot (beat Airbus 3-1)
    2015/16: Neath (beat TNS 1-0)
    2016/17: Neath (beat TNS 5-3 on pens after 0-0)
    2017/18: Haverfordwest (beat Bangor City 3-0)
    2018/19: TNS (beat Llanelli 3-1)
    2019/20: Neath (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)
    2020/21: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)



    Champions League:


    2011/12: Inter (beat Real Madrid 4-0)
    2012/13: Barcalona (beat Roma 3-0)
    2013/14: Manchester United (beat PSG 4-2)
    2014/15: PSG (beat Manchester United 4-2 on pens after 2-2)
    2015/16: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2016/17: AC Milan (beat Liverpool 3-0 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 1-0)
    2018/19: Barcelona (beat Real Madrid 3-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Bayern Munich 4-2 on pens after 0-0)
    2020/21: Manchester United (beat Liverpool 1-0)



    Europa League:


    2011/12: Shakhtar (beat LOSC Lille 2-1)
    2012/13: Chelsea (beat Manchester City 3-2 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Tottenham (beat Sevilla 3-1)
    2014/15: Arsenal (beat Chelsea 2-0)
    2015/16: Liverpool (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2016/17: Arsenal (beat Sporting Lisborn 4-1 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Stuttgart (beat Spartak Moscow 2-0)
    2018/19: Lyon (beat Juventus 4-1)
    2019/20: Dortmund (beat AC Milan 3-0 on pens after 2-2)
    2020/21: Ath Madrid (beat OM 2-1)



    World Cup:

    2014: Italy (beat Brazil 2-1) england: QF scotland: dnq wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2018: England (beat France 1-0 aet) hosts: Russia england: winners scotland: group stage wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq


    European Champioships:

    2012: Holland (beat Scotland 3-1) england: group stage scotland: runners-up wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2016: Spain (beat Italy 4-1 ) Hosts: Holland england: QF scotland: group stage wales: group stage n.ireland: 2nd round
    2020: Italy (beat Spain 1-0) Hosts: Belguim england: QF scotland: 2nd rd wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq

    My History

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    Season  : Club             : Division                : Position : 
    2011/12 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 13th     : Joined in Feb 12 with club 15th
    2012/13 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 14th     : Sacked in Nov 12, club ended 13th
    2013/14 : Darlington       : Blue Square Bet Premier : 18th     : Resigned in May 14 a month before end of contract
    2014/15 : York City        : Blue Square Bet Premier : 14th     : Sacked in Oct 14 with club 18th
    2014/15 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet Premier : 21st     : Joined October 14 with club 17th. Relegated
    2015/16 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 8th      : FA Trophy winner
    2016/17 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 5th      : Play-off Winners, Promoted to BSBP
    2017/18 : Doncaster Rovers : npower League Two       : 6th      : Play-off runners-up. Resigned a month before contract expired
    2018/19 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 6th      : Took over in Dec 18 with club 9th
    2019/20 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 1st      : League Champions and League Cup runners-up
    2020/21 : Hamilton         : Scottish Premier League : 5th      : Left club in Mar 21 with club 5th
    2020/21 : Burnley          : npower Championship     : 5th      : Took over Mar 21 club in 9th, Play-off winners
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    Well done on a quick promotion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Well done on a quick promotion!
    Thank you. Surprised by the quality of the squad to be honest.

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    Season 2021/22

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    Not the worst of starts for the Premier new boys. Decent home point against Eveton with former Evertonian Hallam Hope grabbing our leveller. Away to Villa was tough but a second half strike from Mdluli looked good for us until both Craig Easton and Stefano Giuliani were sent off after 81 mins. Both of Villa's next goals came in the 88th and 90+2 minutes. The month ended with a tight home win. Player of the Year Scott Dann fired us ahead and the winner from Sinclair came just two minutes after the Stoke goal.

    League Cup:



    What should have been an easy match at League 2 Rochdale proved to be far from that. An og from Whetton gave us a half time lead until the same player levelled for Dale. Into extra time and the host scored after 105+1 mins and we needed Dann (108) and Passarino (112) to put us into Round 3 against my former club Doncaster Rovers.


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    Season 2021/22

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    You would certainly think i would be happy with that month but no im not. Despite being unbeaten and picking a fanastic win up at Tottenham in all three league games we surrendered 2-0 leads. In the first two it cost us points but luckily in the Spurs game we managed to strike a third, killer blow.

    League Cup:



    Comfortable home win over my former side sets up a trip to Championship side Derby County.


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    Season 2021/22

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    Table:



    Once again we blew a 2-0 lead over Newcastle but struck a vital third. Bottom club QPR were easily dispatched before defeat to Man City. The first time we have lost a game which was 11 v 11. The month ended with a real back to the wall job at Anfield. Liverpool needed a leveller from Wickham with just two minutes to go.

    League Cup:



    Tough win at a Championship club sees us host another Championship side Bolton in the last eight. Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City and Tottenham still remain in the competition.


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    Season 2021/22

    Premier League

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    Table:



    A good month all round. The bad stuff was a woeful defeat to Hull but that was squeezed between three good wins. We went back to our old tricks against Blackpool, dropping a 2-0 lead. This is a habit we need to break.

    League Cup:



    Its all about the Championship again. Beat Bolton nicely and the semi final draw gives us Coventry, also of the Championship. The other semi final is Cardiff vs Manchester City.

    Finallt this move the media were very nice in linking me to the vacant job at Tottenham Hotspur


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    Great career, this. Lots of moving about. What an amazing cup final that was! Good work with Hamilton and Burnley since then.

    I suspect you're getting close to one of the big jobs now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike7077 View Post
    Great career, this. Lots of moving about. What an amazing cup final that was! Good work with Hamilton and Burnley since then.

    I suspect you're getting close to one of the big jobs now.
    A bit more moving than i would have liked to be honest. Wish i had paid more attention to my Livingston contract!

    That cup final was awful, i don't think i could take it again. Was leaping from my seat thinking we had it won then punching the sofa when we lost!!

    Pleased and massively surprised by what happening at Burnley, expected to miss play-offs and the squad to be decent, not good.

    As for top job both Spurs and Newcastle have had vacancies recently that the press have linked me with but denied both. Very happy at Turf Moor for now, particually with the Lge Cup semi final coming up.

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    Just read through and definitely a great read! You are definitely a journeyman

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerud View Post
    Just read through and definitely a great read! You are definitely a journeyman
    Im hoping to lose the journeyman tag now. Feel very settled and confident i can build Burnley into a good Premier League team.

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    Season 2021/22

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    December and January


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    A nightmare run during December has dropped us off the pace but still in a good position. In fairness to my team though six of the seven defeats were to teams above us. My worry was lack of goals so as soon as the transfer window opened we snapped up Italian
    Marco Sampaolesi. The 19 year old has joined after being released from Parma. So far he has struck 5 in 8 in all comps.

    League Cup:



    Off we go to Wembley with Manchester City awaiting.


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    FA Cup:



    Two good wins puts us into Round 5 where Championship side Bolton await. That will make it 9 games in a row in the cup this year without playing a Premier League team.


    During our poor run in December i was subject to alot of media attention reguarding jobs. Having already ignored Spurs and Newcastle rumours along came these







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    Season 2021/22

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    Not the best, not the worst. Two home wins, two away defeats. Everything building up to the Carling Cup Final. Reached 37 points though, three more and we are safe which is the aim.

    FA Cup:



    Rested players ahead of City game but that was just awful. Disgusting


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    League Cup Final

    Feb 2022


    Manchester City

    Three times winner
    Twice runner up


    Burnley

    First ever final

    Manchester City

    Colchester 3-0
    Norwich 5-1
    Tottenham 4-1
    Cardiff 4-1
    Cardiff 1-1

    Burnley

    Rochdale 3-2aet
    Doncaster 3-0
    Derby 2-1
    Bolton 2-0
    Coventry 3-2
    Coventry 1-0


    The Final






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    Tough run of results in the league in December & January but you picked up well.

    Excellent work lifting the League Cup .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRL88 View Post
    Tough run of results in the league in December & January but you picked up well.

    Excellent work lifting the League Cup .

    Had the feeling i was going to do a 'Blackpool' but luckily the cups kept morale up. Can't believe how well the seasons gone so far.

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    Well done on a great cup victory.

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    Congratulations! Time to show Europe what Burnley can (hopefully) do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Well done on a great cup victory.
    Cheers

    Quote Originally Posted by ShanghaiNugget View Post
    Congratulations! Time to show Europe what Burnley can (hopefully) do.
    Hardest thing now is what to do with the squad. Have a small sqaud of players but possibly a lot more games next year. Hmm

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    Season 2021/22

    Premier League

    End of Season


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    Table:



    Certainly have to be happy with the season on the whole. 11th in the Premier League is the best finish by Burnley since the 2014/15 season where they finished 9th. A first League Cup win also gives us Europe next season.

    There will be a re-vamp of the squad as first team squad players such as Henderson, Scott Dann, Aleksander Kolarov, Cheick Tiote Jesse Lingard are out of contract.

    I will be looking for a centre back, full back, left winger and centre midfielder.

    The choice i have to make is whether to continue wilth a small squad as i have done so far or spend more cash and wages to ensure we are ready for our Europa League adventure.


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    The Winners


    Barclays Premier League:

    2011/12: Tottenham
    2012/13: Manchester United
    2013/14: Manchester United
    2014/15: Manchester United
    2015/16: Liverpool
    2016/17: Manchester United
    2017/18: Tottenham
    2018/19: Manchester United
    2019/20: Manchester City
    2020/21: Manchester City
    2021/22: Arsenal

    FA Cup:


    2011/12: West Brom (beat Bolton 4-3 pn pens after 1-1 aet)
    2012/13: Tottenham (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2013/14: Manchester City (beat West Ham 3-1)
    2014/15: Sunderland (beat Liverpool 1-0)
    2015/16: Tottenham (beat Swansea 4-0)
    2016/17: Wigan (beat Exeter 3-0)
    2017/18: Chelsea (beat Arsenal 5-0)
    2018/19: Chelsea (beat Everton 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2020/21: Sheffield United (beat Blackpool 2-1 aet)
    2021/22: Manchester City (beat Bolton 3-0)

    League Cup:

    2011/12: Newcastle (beat Bolton 1-0)
    2012/13: West Brom (beat Watford 2-1)
    2013/14: West Brom (beat Everton 5-4 on pens after 2-2)
    2014/15: Manchester City (beat Newcastle 1-0)
    2015/16: Derby (beat Cardiff 1-0)
    2016/17: Manchester United (beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0)
    2017/18: Everton (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2018/19: Wigan (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2019/20: Liverpool (beat QPR 2-0)
    2020/21: Tottenham (beat QPR 1-0)
    2021/22: Burnley (beat Manchester City 4-2)



    Clydesdale Bank Premier League:


    2011/12: Celtic
    2012/13: Celtic
    2013/14: Celtic
    2014/15: Celtic
    2015/16: Celtic
    2016/17: Celtic
    2017/18: Celtic
    2018/19: Celtic
    2019/20: Celtic
    2020/21: Celtic
    2021/22: Celtic

    Scottish Cup:


    2011/12: Rangers (beat Stirling 3-0)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Livingston 3-0 aet)
    2013/14: Inverness CT (beat Kilmarnock 2-1)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Mirren 1-0)
    2015/16: Celtic (beat Hibs 1-0)
    2016/17: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2017/18: Aberdeen (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2020/21: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-0)
    2021/22: Hibs (beat Rangers 1-0)


    Scottish League Cup:


    2011/12: Celtic (beat Aberdeen 2-1)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2013/14: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 3-2)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Johnstone 3-0)
    2015/16: Inverness CT (beat Hearts 3-2)
    2016/17: Hibs (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2017/18: Dundee United (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 4-0)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Livingston 8-6 aet)
    2020/21: Livingston (beat Rangers 2-0 on pens after 2-2)
    2021/22: Celtic (beat Rangers 2-0)



    Northern Irish Premier Division:


    2011/12: Linfield
    2012/13: Linfield
    2013/14: Linfield
    2014/15: Cliftonville
    2015/16: Portadown
    2016/17: Cliftonville
    2017/18: Linfield
    2018/19: Glentoran
    2019/20: Crusaders
    2020/21: Linfield
    2021/22: Glentoran

    Irish Cup:

    2011/12: Coleraine (beat Distillery 4-1)
    2012/13: Glentoran (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2013/14: Warrenpoint (beat Glentoran 2-1)
    2014/15: Ballymena (beat Glentoran 3-1 aet)
    2015/16: Portadown (beat Distillery 2-1)
    2016/17: Linfield (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2017/18: Distillery (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2018/19: Crusaders (beat Cliftonville 2-1)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Crusaders 3-2)
    2020/21: Glentoran (beat Crusaders 4-1)
    2021/22: Glentoran (beat Coleraine 2-1)


    Irish League Cup:


    2011/12: Portadown (beat Dungannon 2-1)
    2012/13: Linfield (beat Ballymena 2-1)
    2013/14: Glentoran (beat Glenavon 2-1)
    2014/15: Crusaders (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2015/16: Coleraine (beat Glentoran 5-4 on pens after 3-3)
    2016/17: Crusaders (beat Institude 1-0)
    2017/18: Ballinamallard United (beat Crusaders 5-4 on pens after 1-1)
    2018/19: Glenavon (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2020/21: Distillery (beat Coleraine 1-0)
    2021/22: Portadown (Distillery 5-4 on pens after 1-1)



    Welsh Premier League:


    2011/12: Neath
    2012/13: TNS
    2013/14: TNS
    2014/15: Neath
    2015/16: Neath
    2016/17: Neath
    2017/18: Aberystwyth
    2018/19: Neath
    2019/20: Neath
    2020/21: Neath
    2021/22: Neath


    Welsh Cup :


    2011/12: Wrexham (beat Newport County 2-1 aet)
    2012/13: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)
    2013/14: TNS (beat Neath 5-2)
    2014/15: Wrexham (beat Bala 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2015/16: Haverfordwest (beat Neath 5-3 on pens after 2-2)
    2016/17: Neath (beat Newport County 1-0)
    2017/18: Wrexham (beat Newtown 2-0)
    2018/19: Pontardawe (beat Wrexham 3-2 aet)
    2019/20: Newport County (beat Wrexham 4-2 on pens after 1-1)
    2020/21: TNS (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)
    2021/22: Afan Lido (beat Wrexham 2-0)


    Welsh League Cup:


    2011/12: Neath (beat Prestatyn 3-1)
    2012/13: Llanelli (beat Aberystwyth 6-5 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Aberystwyth (beat Llanelli 3-0)
    2014/15: Port Talbot (beat Airbus 3-1)
    2015/16: Neath (beat TNS 1-0)
    2016/17: Neath (beat TNS 5-3 on pens after 0-0)
    2017/18: Haverfordwest (beat Bangor City 3-0)
    2018/19: TNS (beat Llanelli 3-1)
    2019/20: Neath (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)
    2020/21: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)
    2021/22: Neath (beat Haverfordwest 2-0)



    Champions League:


    2011/12: Inter (beat Real Madrid 4-0)
    2012/13: Barcalona (beat Roma 3-0)
    2013/14: Manchester United (beat PSG 4-2)
    2014/15: PSG (beat Manchester United 4-2 on pens after 2-2)
    2015/16: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2016/17: AC Milan (beat Liverpool 3-0 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 1-0)
    2018/19: Barcelona (beat Real Madrid 3-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Bayern Munich 4-2 on pens after 0-0)
    2020/21: Manchester United (beat Liverpool 1-0)
    2021/22: Manchester United (beat Barcelona 2-0)



    Europa League:


    2011/12: Shakhtar (beat LOSC Lille 2-1)
    2012/13: Chelsea (beat Manchester City 3-2 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Tottenham (beat Sevilla 3-1)
    2014/15: Arsenal (beat Chelsea 2-0)
    2015/16: Liverpool (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2016/17: Arsenal (beat Sporting Lisborn 4-1 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Stuttgart (beat Spartak Moscow 2-0)
    2018/19: Lyon (beat Juventus 4-1)
    2019/20: Dortmund (beat AC Milan 3-0 on pens after 2-2)
    2020/21: Ath Madrid (beat OM 2-1)
    2021/22: Roma (beat Sporting 3-1)



    World Cup:

    2014: Italy (beat Brazil 2-1) england: QF scotland: dnq wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2018: England (beat France 1-0 aet) hosts: Russia england: winners scotland: group stage wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2022: Scotland (beat Holland 1-0aet) hosts: qatar england: 2nd rd scotland: winners wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq


    European Champioships:

    2012: Holland (beat Scotland 3-1) england: group stage scotland: runners-up wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2016: Spain (beat Italy 4-1 ) Hosts: Holland england: QF scotland: group stage wales: group stage n.ireland: 2nd round
    2020: Italy (beat Spain 1-0) Hosts: Belguim england: QF scotland: 2nd rd wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq

    My History

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    2011/12 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 13th     : Joined in Feb 12 with club 15th
    2012/13 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 14th     : Sacked in Nov 12, club ended 13th
    2013/14 : Darlington       : Blue Square Bet Premier : 18th     : Resigned in May 14 a month before end of contract
    2014/15 : York City        : Blue Square Bet Premier : 14th     : Sacked in Oct 14 with club 18th
    2014/15 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet Premier : 21st     : Joined October 14 with club 17th. Relegated
    2015/16 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 8th      : FA Trophy winner
    2016/17 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 5th      : Play-off Winners, Promoted to BSBP
    2017/18 : Doncaster Rovers : npower League Two       : 6th      : Play-off runners-up. Resigned a month before contract expired
    2018/19 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 6th      : Took over in Dec 18 with club 9th
    2019/20 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 1st      : League Champions and League Cup runners-up
    2020/21 : Hamilton         : Scottish Premier League : 5th      : Left club in Mar 21 with club 5th
    2020/21 : Burnley          : npower Championship     : 5th      : Took over Mar 2 club in 9th, Play-off winners
    2021/22 : Burnley          : English Premier League  : 11th     : League Cup winners
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    You gonna stay and see how far you can take Burnley? Could be a fun challenge considering there will always be big jobs around if you ever want to move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niebiescy View Post
    You gonna stay and see how far you can take Burnley? Could be a fun challenge considering there will always be big jobs around if you ever want to move on.
    I'm staying for this season at least. Want a taste of Europe and have some good young players

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    Definitely a potential bright future at Burnley so worth focussing on that for longer.

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    The Sunderland job was very tempting given they are in the Champions League this year and hit 100 Prem goals last year.


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    I would be very, very tempted to take the Sunderland offer. It could be a job which is to hard to refuse.

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    Season 2022/23

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    End of October


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    Some crazy results in there and overall a disappointing start to the new season. Could not have been worse after 3 games then an amazing game at Watford! Should have beaten Birmingham after being two up and only beaten by Liverpool late on.

    League Cup:



    Despite being the holders i have rested players in the two games and it nearly cost us against Newport. A home tie with League rivals Newcastle is up next. Again big clubs left in the cup with Man Utd, Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea in the last 8.


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    Euro Cup:





    Overall a good run so far, with a decent shout of making it through. The home win over Dortmund my best result of my career.



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    I think crazy is an understatement .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRL88 View Post
    I would be very, very tempted to take the Sunderland offer. It could be a job which is to hard to refuse.
    Was a tough call but really want to stay at a club for more than a year! That was about the only thing that swayed my choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRL88 View Post
    I think crazy is an understatement .
    In the Everton game we had two goals disallowed with score at 1-1 and away at Man City missed a pen and had another disallowed. My nerves are shot!

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    2022/23


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    Not a great month bu fought back from 2-0 down against Chelsea but conceded late on against Norwich to deny us a needed three points.

    Europe:



    Through to the KO stage with a game to go. The chance to knock Dortmund out in the final game.


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    I seem to be the most popular manager in the Premier League at the moment.


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    2022/23

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    Two good wins should have been three but blew a 2-0 lead at Blackpool. Although lower ah hoped we are more solid now ans hope for a rise up the table.

    League Cup:



    The holders ease past Newcastle (ok thats a lie, we were 2-0 down at the break) to set up a semi final agaisnt Liverpool. The other semi final is Man Utd v Chelsea


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    Euro Cup:





    Brilliant season in Europe, better than could have imagined. The next round sees us face FC Twente who came second ina group to Rubin while knocking Rangers out on GD.


    Once again im popular in the media


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    Great work qualifying from your group and another good run in the League Cup.

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    Doubt you'll last long at Burnley either at this rate you're getting links and offers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRL88 View Post
    Great work qualifying from your group and another good run in the League Cup.
    Just a shame the league form is not the same. When the groups were drawn i thought second behind Dortmund was on!

    Quote Originally Posted by deltablue View Post
    Doubt you'll last long at Burnley either at this rate you're getting links and offers.
    Since the last 14 months the only Prem job i have not been linked with in any way was the Man Utd job. Happy where i am so not looking to go

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    2022/23

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    Not the worst of months really. Good wins vs Watford and Wigan while delighted with 3-3 at Man City. Newcastle ran us close in Lge Cup in December so knew the away game would be tough. Next month brings just two league games, both at home.

    FA Cup:



    Two nice wins at home see us into Round 5 also at home to Newcastle.


    This month has seen two players leave the club, including summer signing from Everton Aykurt Seyfettin. Signed in July for £4.5m we sold him to Birmingham for £5.75m. The 24 year old has played for 5 clubs plus another 4 on loan!

    Coming into the first team squad in January are:

    Eamonn Gallagher:

    Signed from former club Hamilton for £1.9m the 25 year old left winger will play back up to Scott Sinclair. His former clubs include Lurgan Celtic and Dungannon in N.Ireland and Morton is the SD1. He has has 18 months in the SPL with St. Mirren and Hamilton playing 21 times. Has 10 caps for N.Ireland

    Oswald Gauthier:

    The 25 year old joins from Spurs for £4.1m. Brought in to challenge my three other forwards he has made a good start with 5 goals in just 4 Prem games. Left Auxerre for Spurs at the end of his contract in 2017 he has had 5 different loan spells with teams like Zenit and Hibs while a season in the Prem with Blackpool. A career has brought 66 goals in 143 league games. One cap and one goal for France.






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    League Cup:



    Our grip on the League Cup has gone with two defeats to Liverpool. The 4-2 result flattered us to be honest and in the second we were never in it while Liverpool missed a pen too. Man Utd await Liverpool after seeing off Chelsea 5-2 on agg.




    Was offered the Villa job in the summer and rejected it and now Paul Jewell has been sacked i am linked again.



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    2022/23

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    100% record from those games and March brings just three league games for us. Our next fixtures include Man Utd, Spurs and Sunderland along with Chelsea and Man Utd to start April.

    FA Cup:



    For the second time this season we knock Newcastle out of a cup. Tottenham at home is our quarter final reward.


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    Euro Cup:



    Following those two brilliant wins we have Malaga in the next round. We are also the last English side in the Euro Cup.


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    Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deisler26 View Post
    Nice work.
    Cheers buddy...

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    Hope you get a good European run.

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    2022/23

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    Two big defeats to the top two but a nice win inbetween that. With the FA Cup and Europe over last month the league has not been key but that may change...

    FA Cup:



    Another crushing defeat to Spurs this month ends our cup hopes for this year.


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    Euro Cup:



    Played well in the home leg but conceded late on. Away from home a goal up before malaga scored in the 81st minute again. Extra time saw the Spanish side lead before i made a triple change. Out third scorer was a left back i brought on to play right midfield. Genius.
    The next round sees us face Sporting who won the Group B knocking Bolton into second before seeing off two French side, Lille and Bordeaux.

    Will be putting all our eggs into this quater final which features 5 Italian sides.


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    2022/23

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    Decent end to the season gives us a second 11th place finish in a row and a better points tally than last year. Defence needs looking at as we concede too many. Good win over Champions Man Utd and a decent draw with Arsenal in there too.


    Euro Cup:



    Well our adventure comes to an end at the quarter final stage. A good run all in all in what has been a good year for us. Really needed an away goal in the first leg but it just didnt click for us.


    Well thats our season over and i would like to think it has been a success.

    Prem - 11th
    FAC - QF
    Lge Cup - SF
    Euro Cup - QF.

    Since the Euro Cup defeat had my scouts running around the world checking out the best of defensive talents and a new left winger. Very happy with our strike force so don't expect much in the way of attacking singings.


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    Unlucky against Sporting.

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    The Winners


    Barclays Premier League:

    2011/12: Tottenham
    2012/13: Manchester United
    2013/14: Manchester United
    2014/15: Manchester United
    2015/16: Liverpool
    2016/17: Manchester United
    2017/18: Tottenham
    2018/19: Manchester United
    2019/20: Manchester City
    2020/21: Manchester City
    2021/22: Arsenal
    2022/23: Manchester United

    FA Cup:


    2011/12: West Brom (beat Bolton 4-3 pn pens after 1-1 aet)
    2012/13: Tottenham (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2013/14: Manchester City (beat West Ham 3-1)
    2014/15: Sunderland (beat Liverpool 1-0)
    2015/16: Tottenham (beat Swansea 4-0)
    2016/17: Wigan (beat Exeter 3-0)
    2017/18: Chelsea (beat Arsenal 5-0)
    2018/19: Chelsea (beat Everton 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2020/21: Sheffield United (beat Blackpool 2-1 aet)
    2021/22: Manchester City (beat Bolton 3-0)
    2022/23: Manchester City (beat Tottenham 4-3)

    League Cup:

    2011/12: Newcastle (beat Bolton 1-0)
    2012/13: West Brom (beat Watford 2-1)
    2013/14: West Brom (beat Everton 5-4 on pens after 2-2)
    2014/15: Manchester City (beat Newcastle 1-0)
    2015/16: Derby (beat Cardiff 1-0)
    2016/17: Manchester United (beat Sheffield Wednesday 2-0)
    2017/18: Everton (beat Sunderland 2-0)
    2018/19: Wigan (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2019/20: Liverpool (beat QPR 2-0)
    2020/21: Tottenham (beat QPR 1-0)
    2021/22: Burnley (beat Manchester City 4-2)
    2022/23: Manchester United (beat Liverpool 3-1)



    Clydesdale Bank Premier League:


    2011/12: Celtic
    2012/13: Celtic
    2013/14: Celtic
    2014/15: Celtic
    2015/16: Celtic
    2016/17: Celtic
    2017/18: Celtic
    2018/19: Celtic
    2019/20: Celtic
    2020/21: Celtic
    2021/22: Celtic
    2022/23: Celtic

    Scottish Cup:


    2011/12: Rangers (beat Stirling 3-0)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Livingston 3-0 aet)
    2013/14: Inverness CT (beat Kilmarnock 2-1)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Mirren 1-0)
    2015/16: Celtic (beat Hibs 1-0)
    2016/17: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2017/18: Aberdeen (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-1)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2020/21: Celtic (beat Hibs 2-0)
    2021/22: Hibs (beat Rangers 1-0)
    2022/23: Celtic (beat Hamilton 3-0)


    Scottish League Cup:


    2011/12: Celtic (beat Aberdeen 2-1)
    2012/13: Inverness CT (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2013/14: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 3-2)
    2014/15: Celtic (beat St Johnstone 3-0)
    2015/16: Inverness CT (beat Hearts 3-2)
    2016/17: Hibs (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2017/18: Dundee United (beat Celtic 2-1)
    2018/19: Celtic (beat Inverness CT 4-0)
    2019/20: Rangers (beat Livingston 8-6 aet)
    2020/21: Livingston (beat Rangers 2-0 on pens after 2-2)
    2021/22: Celtic (beat Rangers 2-0)
    2022/23: Hibs (beat Inverness CT 1-0)



    Northern Irish Premier Division:


    2011/12: Linfield
    2012/13: Linfield
    2013/14: Linfield
    2014/15: Cliftonville
    2015/16: Portadown
    2016/17: Cliftonville
    2017/18: Linfield
    2018/19: Glentoran
    2019/20: Crusaders
    2020/21: Linfield
    2021/22: Glentoran
    2022/23: Crusaders

    Irish Cup:

    2011/12: Coleraine (beat Distillery 4-1)
    2012/13: Glentoran (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2013/14: Warrenpoint (beat Glentoran 2-1)
    2014/15: Ballymena (beat Glentoran 3-1 aet)
    2015/16: Portadown (beat Distillery 2-1)
    2016/17: Linfield (beat Cliftonville 2-0)
    2017/18: Distillery (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2018/19: Crusaders (beat Cliftonville 2-1)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Crusaders 3-2)
    2020/21: Glentoran (beat Crusaders 4-1)
    2021/22: Glentoran (beat Coleraine 2-1)
    2022/23: Coleraine (beat Ballymena 2-1)


    Irish League Cup:


    2011/12: Portadown (beat Dungannon 2-1)
    2012/13: Linfield (beat Ballymena 2-1)
    2013/14: Glentoran (beat Glenavon 2-1)
    2014/15: Crusaders (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2015/16: Coleraine (beat Glentoran 5-4 on pens after 3-3)
    2016/17: Crusaders (beat Institude 1-0)
    2017/18: Ballinamallard United (beat Crusaders 5-4 on pens after 1-1)
    2018/19: Glenavon (beat Ballymena 2-0)
    2019/20: Cliftonville (beat Linfield 1-0)
    2020/21: Distillery (beat Coleraine 1-0)
    2021/22: Portadown (beat Distillery 5-4 on pens after 1-1)
    2022/23: Glentoran (beat Newington 2-0)



    Welsh Premier League:


    2011/12: Neath
    2012/13: TNS
    2013/14: TNS
    2014/15: Neath
    2015/16: Neath
    2016/17: Neath
    2017/18: Aberystwyth
    2018/19: Neath
    2019/20: Neath
    2020/21: Neath
    2021/22: Neath
    2022/23: Neath


    Welsh Cup :


    2011/12: Wrexham (beat Newport County 2-1 aet)
    2012/13: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)
    2013/14: TNS (beat Neath 5-2)
    2014/15: Wrexham (beat Bala 4-3 on pens after 1-1)
    2015/16: Haverfordwest (beat Neath 5-3 on pens after 2-2)
    2016/17: Neath (beat Newport County 1-0)
    2017/18: Wrexham (beat Newtown 2-0)
    2018/19: Pontardawe (beat Wrexham 3-2 aet)
    2019/20: Newport County (beat Wrexham 4-2 on pens after 1-1)
    2020/21: TNS (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)
    2021/22: Afan Lido (beat Wrexham 2-0)
    2022/23: Newport County (beat Llaneli 2-1)


    Welsh League Cup:


    2011/12: Neath (beat Prestatyn 3-1)
    2012/13: Llanelli (beat Aberystwyth 6-5 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Aberystwyth (beat Llanelli 3-0)
    2014/15: Port Talbot (beat Airbus 3-1)
    2015/16: Neath (beat TNS 1-0)
    2016/17: Neath (beat TNS 5-3 on pens after 0-0)
    2017/18: Haverfordwest (beat Bangor City 3-0)
    2018/19: TNS (beat Llanelli 3-1)
    2019/20: Neath (beat Aberystwyth 2-1)
    2020/21: Neath (beat TNS 2-1)
    2021/22: Neath (beat Haverfordwest 2-0)
    2022/23: Haverfordwest (beat Rhyl 2-0)



    Champions League:


    2011/12: Inter (beat Real Madrid 4-0)
    2012/13: Barcalona (beat Roma 3-0)
    2013/14: Manchester United (beat PSG 4-2)
    2014/15: PSG (beat Manchester United 4-2 on pens after 2-2)
    2015/16: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 2-0)
    2016/17: AC Milan (beat Liverpool 3-0 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Barcelona (beat Manchester United 1-0)
    2018/19: Barcelona (beat Real Madrid 3-1)
    2019/20: Manchester United (beat Bayern Munich 4-2 on pens after 0-0)
    2020/21: Manchester United (beat Liverpool 1-0)
    2021/22: Manchester United (beat Barcelona 2-0)
    2022/23: Barcelona (beat Arsenal 2-0)



    Europa League:


    2011/12: Shakhtar (beat LOSC Lille 2-1)
    2012/13: Chelsea (beat Manchester City 3-2 on pens after 1-1 draw)
    2013/14: Tottenham (beat Sevilla 3-1)
    2014/15: Arsenal (beat Chelsea 2-0)
    2015/16: Liverpool (beat Tottenham 1-0)
    2016/17: Arsenal (beat Sporting Lisborn 4-1 on pens after 1-1)
    2017/18: Stuttgart (beat Spartak Moscow 2-0)
    2018/19: Lyon (beat Juventus 4-1)
    2019/20: Dortmund (beat AC Milan 3-0 on pens after 2-2)
    2020/21: Ath Madrid (beat OM 2-1)
    2021/22: Roma (beat Sporting 3-1)
    2022/23: Sporting (beat Galatasaray 4-0)



    World Cup:

    2014: Italy (beat Brazil 2-1) england: QF scotland: dnq wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2018: England (beat France 1-0 aet) hosts: Russia england: winners scotland: group stage wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2022: Scotland (beat Holland 1-0aet) hosts: qatar england: 2nd rd scotland: winners wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq


    European Champioships:

    2012: Holland (beat Scotland 3-1) england: group stage scotland: runners-up wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq
    2016: Spain (beat Italy 4-1 ) Hosts: Holland england: QF scotland: group stage wales: group stage n.ireland: 2nd round
    2020: Italy (beat Spain 1-0) Hosts: Belguim england: QF scotland: 2nd rd wales: dnq n.ireland: dnq

    My History

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    2011/12 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 13th     : Joined in Feb 12 with club 15th
    2012/13 : Moyola Park      : Northern Irish Second   : 14th     : Sacked in Nov 12, club ended 13th
    2013/14 : Darlington       : Blue Square Bet Premier : 18th     : Resigned in May 14 a month before end of contract
    2014/15 : York City        : Blue Square Bet Premier : 14th     : Sacked in Oct 14 with club 18th
    2014/15 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet Premier : 21st     : Joined October 14 with club 17th. Relegated
    2015/16 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 8th      : FA Trophy winner
    2016/17 : Cambridge United : Blue Square Bet North   : 5th      : Play-off Winners, Promoted to BSBP
    2017/18 : Doncaster Rovers : npower League Two       : 6th      : Play-off runners-up. Resigned a month before contract expired
    2018/19 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 6th      : Took over in Dec 18 with club 9th
    2019/20 : Livingston       : Scottish First Division : 1st      : League Champions and League Cup runners-up
    2020/21 : Hamilton         : Scottish Premier League : 5th      : Left club in Mar 21 with club 5th
    2020/21 : Burnley          : npower Championship     : 5th      : Took over Mar 2 club in 9th, Play-off winners
    2021/22 : Burnley          : English Premier League  : 11th     : League Cup winners
    2022/23 : Burnley          : English Premier League  : 11th     :
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    Doing very well with Burnley.

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    Another solid league campaign.

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