Wayne Burnett

Wayne Burnett
Dagenham & Redbridge

Playing through midfield – Issue 35 (June 2013)
Defenders’ decision-making – Issue 47 (June 2014)

Also in issue 35 Malky Mackay, Lee Clark, Richie Barker, Steve Harrison, Matthew Bishop

Also in  issue 47 – Gus Poyet, Neil Lennon, Matt Williams, Ian Bogie, Anthony Williams

Wayne Burnett has just completed his first full season in charge of Dagenham & Redbridge, guiding the East London club to a comfortable mid-table finish in Sky Bet League Two. The 42-year-old took over the reins from long-serving former manager John Still, having previously been in charge of non-league sides Fisher Athletic, Dulwich Hamlet and Grays Athletic.

Prior to that, Burnett enjoyed a 15-year playing career, clocking up over 100 appearances each for Huddersfield Town and Grimsby Town, as well as appearing for the likes of Leyton Orient, Blackburn Rovers (where he was one of manager Kenny Dalglish’s first signings for the club) and Bolton Wanderers.

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