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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Thirty-Seven Managers Left Their Clubs This Season (Two From QPR)...Ten Longest-Serving Managers

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PFA's Give Me Football - Jim goes the way of 36 others Ipswich part company with Magilton
....Remarkably, Magilton is the 37th manager to leave his post since the start of the season – here is a list of the other casualties.
Kevin Bond – Bournemouth
Alan Curbishley – West Ham
Kevin Keegan – Newcastle
Keith Downing – Cheltenham
Alan Buckley – Grimsby
Geraint Williams – Colchester
Lee Sinnott – Port Vale
Iain Dowie – QPR
Juande Ramos – Spurs

Harry Redknapp – Portsmouth
John Ward – Carlisle
Aidy Boothroyd – Watford
Stan Ternent – Huddersfield
Simon Davies – Chester
Maurice Malpas – Swindon
Steve Holland - Crewe
Alan Pardew – Charlton
Roy Keane – Sunderland
Danny Wilson – Hartlepool
Paul Ince – Blackburn
Gary McAllister –Leeds

Simon Grayson – Blackpool
Colin Calderwood – Nottingham Forest
Paul Fairclough – Barnet
Paul Jewell – Derby
Jimmy Quinn – Bournemouth
Jimmy Mullen – Walsall
Glen Roeder – Norwich
Martin Ling – Leyton Orient
Jan Pootvliet – Southampton
Tony Adams – Portsmouth
Luiz Felipe Scolari – Chelsea
Russell Slade – Yeovil
Micky Adams – Brighton
John Sheridan – Oldham

Paolo Sousa – QPR
Jim Magilton – Ipswich
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From Bristol City's Official Site
- Gary Johnson will move into the top ten of the country's longest serving managers in May.
- Graham Turner today announced his intentions to step down as boss of Hereford United at the end of the season, bringing to an end his 14-year stint in charge of the Bulls.
- Turner was second in the League Managers Association list of longest serving managers in England's top four divisions, only behind Sir Alex Ferguson, who has been as Manchester United for 23 seasons.
- Gary was previously eleventh longest serving, but will move into the top ten when Turner leaves in May.
- The City boss has been at Ashton Gate since September 2005, ...
- The others in the top ten are: Arsenal's Arsene Wenger, Accrington's John Coleman, Everton's David Moyes, Reading's Steve Coppell, Southend's Steve Tilson, Dagenham's John Still, Liverpool's Rafael Benitez and Dave Jones of Cardiff City. Bristol City Official Site

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