Chris Coleman Wales Passing Out Of Defence – Issue 51 (October 2014) Also in Issue 51 – Bob Peeters, Robert Page, Graham Westley, Chris Woods, Joe Dunne Chris Coleman was installed as the Wales national team manager in January 2012. Although qualification for the 2014 World Cup wasn’t achieved, the 44-year-old has led his side to some impressive wins in […]
Aaron Callaghan University College Dublin Attacking options in a 4-3-3 – Issue 49 (August 2014) Also in Issue 49 – Alan Irvine, Dean Smith, Andy Awford, David Kemp, Adrian Tucker Aaron Callaghan joined University College Dublin as first-team manager in July of this year. He has previously managed Bohemians, Longford Town and Athlone Town, and in 2007 was one of […]
Darrell Clarke is first-team manager at Sky Bet League Two side Bristol Rovers, having joined ‘the Gasheads’ from Salisbury City in June 2013, initially as assistant manager to John Ward.
Tim Coe is Chief Scout at Barclays Premier League side Crystal Palace.
Mark Cooper is manager of Sky Bet League One side Swindon Town. Son of former Leeds United legend Terry Cooper, the 44-year-old made over 500 senior appearances in the lower leagues and non-league before officially hanging up his boots in 2007.
Simon Copley West Ham United Utilising space and creating overloads – Issue 39 (October 2013) Also in this issue – Sir Alex Ferguson, Brian Laws, John Sheridan, Guy Whittingham, Tony Docherty Simon Copley is an Academy Manager at Barclays Premier League side West Ham United, responsible for developing the next generation of talented youngsters at […]
Nigel Clough has been manager of Derby County since January 2009, consolidating the club’s npower Championship status whilst bringing through an exciting breed of young talent.
In 2012/13 season, his first in charge at npower Championship side Birmingham City, Lee Clark steered the St. Andrews club to an impressive mid-table finish.
Steve Clarke has had an impressive start to life in management, having been announced as West Bromwich Albion manager in the summer.
Neale Cooper returned for his second spell in charge of Hartlepool United in December 2011.