Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

After a stellar playing career that saw him represent Leeds United, Atlético Madrid, Chelsea, Middlesbrough and the Dutch national team, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink turned to coaching. After serving as part of the backroom team at Nottingham Forest, in 2013 he was appointed manager of Royal Antwerp in the Belgian Second Division.

The following year he returned to England to become manager of Burton Albion and in his first season he led the club to promotion as champions of League Two. After a stint as manager of QPR in the EFL Championship, he managed Northampton Town before returning to Burton Albion for the second time in his career.