Michael Flynn

Manager of League Two outfit, Newport County, Michael Flynn enjoyed four separate spells at the club as a player. Starting his coaching career while still playing for the club, he served as academy director before taking on his first management role as player-manager with Undy Athletic in the Welsh league in 2015.
He returned to Newport as first-team coach just months later and in March 2017 he was appointed caretaker manager, with Newport 11 points adrift at the bottom of League Two. Flynn led the team to Football League survival, avoiding relegation with a win in the final match of the campaign.
He was appointed manager on a permanent basis in May 2017 and the following season led the club on an FA Cup run that saw the team defeat Leeds United and take Spurs to a replay at Wembley.

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