Mark Warburton

Mark Warburton began his coaching career in the academy at Watford, before moving to Brentford in February 2011, where he first served as a coach and then sporting director until being appointed as manager in December 2013.

Warburton led Brentford to promotion to the Championship as runners-up in 2014 and finished the following season with the club’s best second-tier placing for 80 years.

He managed Rangers in Scotland from 2015 to 2017, winning the Scottish Championship title and the Scottish Challenge Cup in his first season. He was also voted PFA Scotland Manager of the Year.

After a short spell as manager of Nottingham Forest in 2017, he joined QPR in May 2019.