List of English Football League managers

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Arsène Wenger is currently the longest serving manager in English League football.

There are 92 association football teams in the top four tiers of English football. Each team has a manager or head coach. The Premier League and Football Leagues are the only fully professional football leagues in England. The Premier League has 20 clubs at the top of the English football league system. The other 72 clubs are split into the three divisions of the Football League: the Championship, League One, and League Two.

Some of these managers were chosen as caretaker managers before the main job. A caretaker's start date is written in italics. Some managers have had more than one time in charge at their current club, however their time as manager is counted from the date of their latest club. Only one manager has spent more than 10 years in his current job. This list includes every manager currently managing a club in the Premier League and The Football League, in order of the date that they took up their job.

Managers[change | change source]

Name Nat. Date of birth Club Division Appointed Time as manager Source
Arsène Wenger France 22 October 1949 Arsenal Premier League 1 October 1996[note 1] 27 years, 139 days [1]
Paul Tisdale England 14 January 1973 Exeter City League Two 26 June 2006 17 years, 236 days [2]
Karl Robinson England 13 September 1980 Milton Keynes Dons Championship 10 May 2010 13 years, 283 days [3]
Dean Smith England 19 March 1971 Walsall League One 5 January 2011 13 years, 43 days [4][5]
Jim Bentley England 11 June 1976 Morecambe League Two 13 May 2011 12 years, 280 days [6]
Phil Parkinson England 1 December 1967 Bradford City League One 28 August 2011 12 years, 173 days [7]
Steve Davis England 26 July 1965 Crewe Alexandra League One 10 November 2011 12 years, 99 days [8]
Steve Evans Scotland 30 October 1962 Rotherham United Championship 9 April 2012 11 years, 314 days [9]
Brendan Rodgers Northern Ireland 26 January 1973 Liverpool Premier League 1 June 2012 11 years, 261 days [10]
Steve Bruce England 31 December 1960 Hull City Championship 8 June 2012 11 years, 254 days [11]
Gareth Ainsworth England 10 May 1973 Wycombe Wanderers League Two 24 September 2012 11 years, 146 days [12][13]
Richard Money England 13 October 1955 Cambridge United League Two 4 October 2012 11 years, 136 days [14]
Neal Ardley England 1 September 1972 AFC Wimbledon League Two 10 October 2012 11 years, 130 days [15]
Eddie Howe England 29 November 1977 Bournemouth Premier League 13 October 2012 11 years, 127 days [16]
Sean Dyche England 28 June 1971 Burnley Championship 30 October 2012 11 years, 110 days [17]
Mick McCarthy Republic of Ireland 7 February 1959 Ipswich Town Championship 1 November 2012 11 years, 108 days [18]
Graham Alexander Scotland 10 October 1971 Fleetwood Town League One 6 December 2012 11 years, 73 days [19]
Keith Hill England 17 May 1969 Rochdale League One 22 January 2013 11 years, 26 days [20]
Simon Grayson England 19 December 1969 Preston North End Championship 18 February 2013 10 years, 364 days [21]
John Still England 24 April 1950 Luton Town League Two 26 February 2013 10 years, 356 days [22]
Wayne Burnett England 4 September 1971 Dagenham & Redbridge League Two 26 February 2013 10 years, 356 days [23][24]
Gary Bowyer England 26 June 1971 Blackburn Rovers Championship 19 March 2013 10 years, 335 days [25][26]
Phil Brown England 30 May 1959 Southend United League One 25 March 2013 10 years, 329 days [27]
Paul Dickov Scotland 1 November 1972 Doncaster Rovers League One 20 May 2013 10 years, 273 days [28]
Mark Hughes Wales 1 November 1963 Stoke City Premier League 30 May 2013 10 years, 263 days [29]
Kenny Jackett Wales 5 January 1962 Wolverhampton Wanderers Championship 31 May 2013 10 years, 262 days [30]
José Mourinho Portugal 26 January 1963 Chelsea Premier League 3 June 2013 10 years, 259 days [31]
Manuel Pellegrini Chile 16 September 1953 Manchester City Premier League 24 June 2013 10 years, 238 days [32]
Roberto Martínez Spain 13 July 1973 Everton Premier League 1 July 2013[note 2] 10 years, 231 days [33]
Mark Cooper England 18 December 1968 Swindon Town League One 13 July 2013 10 years, 219 days [34][35]
Aitor Karanka Spain 18 September 1973 Middlesbrough Championship 13 November 2013 10 years, 96 days [36]
Steve Cotterill England 20 July 1964 Bristol City Championship 3 December 2013 10 years, 76 days [37]
David Flitcroft England 14 January 1974 Bury League One 9 December 2013 10 years, 70 days [38]
Chris Wilder England 23 September 1967 Northampton Town League Two 27 January 2014 10 years, 21 days [39]
Garry Monk England 6 March 1979 Swansea City Premier League 4 February 2014 10 years, 13 days [40][41]
Martin Allen England 14 August 1965 Barnet League Two 19 March 2014 9 years, 335 days [42]
Darrell Clarke England 16 December 1977 Bristol Rovers League Two 28 March 2014 9 years, 326 days [43]
Micky Mellon Scotland 18 March 1972 Shrewsbury Town League One 12 May 2014 9 years, 281 days [44]
Mauricio Pochettino Argentina 2 March 1972 Tottenham Hotspur Premier League 27 May 2014 9 years, 266 days [45]
Ronald Koeman Netherlands 21 March 1963 Southampton Premier League 16 June 2014 9 years, 246 days [46]
Michael Appleton England 4 December 1975 Oxford United League Two 4 July 2014 9 years, 228 days [47]
Louis van Gaal Netherlands 8 August 1951 Manchester United Premier League 14 July 2014[note 3] 9 years, 218 days [48]
Tony Humes England 19 March 1966 Colchester United League One 1 September 2014 9 years, 169 days [49]
Chris Powell England 8 September 1969 Huddersfield Town Championship 3 September 2014 9 years, 167 days [50]
John Coleman England 12 October 1962 Accrington Stanley League Two 18 September 2014 9 years, 152 days [51]
Rob Page Wales 3 September 1974 Port Vale League One 18 September 2014 9 years, 152 days [52][53]
Kit Symons Wales 8 March 1971 Fulham Championship 18 September 2014 9 years, 152 days [54][55]
Keith Curle England 14 November 1963 Carlisle United League Two 19 September 2014 9 years, 151 days [56]
Russell Slade England 10 October 1960 Cardiff City Championship 6 October 2014 9 years, 134 days [57]
Neil Lennon Northern Ireland 25 June 1971 Bolton Wanderers Championship 12 October 2014 9 years, 128 days [58]
Mark Robins England 22 December 1969 Scunthorpe United League One 13 October 2014 9 years, 127 days [59]
Russ Wilcox England 25 March 1964 York City League Two 15 October 2014 9 years, 125 days [60]
Gary Rowett England 6 March 1974 Birmingham City Championship 27 October 2014 9 years, 113 days [61]
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink Netherlands 27 March 1972 Burton Albion League One 13 November 2014 9 years, 96 days [62]
Adam Murray England 30 September 1981 Mansfield Town League Two 21 November 2014 9 years, 88 days [63]
Steve Clarke Scotland 29 August 1963 Reading Championship 16 December 2014 9 years, 63 days [64]
Ronnie Moore England 29 January 1953 Hartlepool United League Two 16 December 2014 9 years, 63 days [65]
Chris Hughton Republic of Ireland 11 December 1958 Brighton & Hove Albion Championship 31 December 2014 9 years, 48 days [66]
Tony Pulis Wales 16 January 1958 West Bromwich Albion Premier League 1 January 2015[note 4] 9 years, 47 days [67]
Alan Pardew England 18 July 1961 Crystal Palace Premier League 3 January 2015 9 years, 45 days [68]
Alex Neil Scotland 9 June 1981 Norwich City Premier League 9 January 2015 9 years, 39 days [69]
Guy Luzon Israel 7 August 1975 Charlton Athletic Championship 13 January 2015 9 years, 35 days [70]
Dougie Freedman Scotland 25 May 1974 Nottingham Forest Championship 1 February 2015 9 years, 16 days [71]
Chris Ramsey England 28 April 1962 Queens Park Rangers Championship 3 February 2015 9 years, 14 days [72][73]
Justin Edinburgh England 18 December 1969 Gillingham League One 7 February 2015[note 5] 9 years, 10 days [74]
Tim Sherwood England 6 February 1969 Aston Villa Premier League 14 February 2015 9 years, 3 days [75]
Dave Robertson England Peterborough United League One 21 February 2015 8 years, 361 days [76][77]
Lee Johnson England 7 June 1981 Barnsley League One 25 February 2015 8 years, 357 days [78]
Tony Mowbray England 22 November 1963 Coventry City League One 3 March 2015 8 years, 351 days [79]
Neil Harris England 3 July 1977 Millwall League One 10 March 2015 8 years, 344 days [80][81]
Dick Advocaat Netherlands 27 September 1947 Sunderland Premier League 17 March 2015[note 6] 8 years, 337 days [83]
Ricardo Moniz Netherlands 17 June 1964 Notts County League Two 7 April 2015 8 years, 316 days [84]
Gary Caldwell Scotland 12 April 1982 Wigan Athletic League One 7 April 2015 8 years, 316 days [85]
Paul Sturrock Scotland 10 October 1956 Yeovil Town League Two 9 April 2015 8 years, 314 days [86]
Terry Butcher England 28 December 1958 Newport County League Two 2 May 2015 8 years, 291 days [87]
Paul Cook England 22 February 1967 Portsmouth League Two 12 May 2015 8 years, 281 days [88]
Dean Saunders Wales 21 June 1964 Chesterfield League One 13 May 2015 8 years, 280 days [89]
Mark Yates England 24 January 1970 Crawley Town League Two 19 May 2015 8 years, 274 days [90]
Uwe Rösler Germany 15 November 1968 Leeds United Championship 20 May 2015 8 years, 273 days [91]
Ian Hendon England 5 Decebmber 1971 Leyton Orient League Two 28 May 2015 8 years, 265 days [92]
Marinus Dijkhuizen Netherlands 4 January 1972 Brentford Championship 1 June 2015 8 years, 261 days [93]
Paul Clement England 8 January 1972 Derby County Championship 1 June 2015 8 years, 261 days [94]
Darren Kelly Northern Ireland 30 June 1979 Oldham Athletic League One 1 June 2015[note 7] 8 years, 261 days [95]
Teddy Sheringham England 2 April 1966 Stevenage League Two 1 June 2015[note 8] 8 years, 261 days [96]
Neil McDonald England 2 November 1965 Blackpool League One 2 June 2015 8 years, 260 days [97]
Nigel Adkins England 11 March 1965 Sheffield United League One 2 June 2015 8 years, 260 days [98]
Quique Flores Spain 5 February 1965 Watford Premier League 5 June 2015 8 years, 257 days [99]
Slaven Bilić Croatia 11 September 1968 West Ham United Premier League 9 June 2015 8 years, 253 days [100]
Steve McClaren England 3 May 1961 Newcastle United Premier League 10 June 2015 8 years, 252 days [101]
Derek Adams Scotland 25 June 1975 Plymouth Argyle League Two 11 June 2015 8 years, 251 days [102]
Carlos Carvalhal Portugal 4 December 1965 Sheffield Wednesday Championship 30 June 2015 8 years, 232 days [103]
Claudio Ranieri Italy 20 October 1951 Leicester City Premier League 13 July 2015 8 years, 219 days [104]

Notes[change | change source]

‡ indicates player-manager

  1. Wenger's appointment was announced before Arsenal's match against Sunderland on 28 September 1996, but caretaker Pat Rice remained in charge of the first team for that game and Wenger did not officially take over until 1 October 1996.
  2. Roberto Martínez was appointed on 5 June to replace David Moyes at Everton from 1 July.
  3. van Gaal's appointment was announced on 19 May 2014 but his contract began following the 2014 FIFA World Cup on 14 July.
  4. Pulis' appointment was announced on the morning of 1 January, but caretaker manager Rob Kelly remained in charge for a match that afternoon.
  5. Edinburgh was appointed on the morning of 7 February, but the caretaker manager panel of Andy Hessenthaler, Steve Lovell, Mark Patterson and Darren Hare remained in charge for a game against Sheffield United that afternoon.
  6. Advocaat originally resigned as head coach of Sunderland on 25 May 2015, but decided to continue the role on 4 June after accepting a new contract.[82]
  7. Kelly's appointment was announced on 5 May 2015 but Dean Holden remained in charge until his contract ended on 1 June.
  8. Sheringham's appointment was announced on 21 May 2015 but Graham Westley remained in charge until his contract ended on 1 June.

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