Manager history

  FROM TO
Gus Poyet 08 Oct, 2013 Present
Kevin Ball 23 Sep, 2013 08 Oct, 2013
Paolo Di Canio 31 Mar, 2013 23 Sep, 2013
Martin O'Neill 06 Dec, 2011 30 Mar, 2013
Eric Black 01 Dec, 2011 04 Dec, 2011
Steve Bruce 03 Jun, 2009 30 Nov, 2011
Ricky Sbragia 05 Dec, 2008 24 May, 2009
Roy Keane 30 Aug, 2006 04 Dec, 2008
Niall Quinn 25 Jul, 2006 30 Aug, 2006
Kevin Ball 07 Mar, 2006 31 May, 2006
Mick McCarthy 12 Mar, 2003 06 Mar, 2006
Howard Wilkinson 10 Oct, 2002 10 Mar, 2003
Peter Reid 29 Mar, 1995 07 Oct, 2002
Mick Buxton 26 Nov, 1993 29 Mar, 1995
Terry Butcher 05 Feb, 1993 26 Nov, 1993
Malcolm Crosby 30 Dec, 1991 01 Feb, 1993
Denis Smith 09 Jun, 1987 30 Dec, 1991
Bob Stokoe 16 Apr, 1987 09 Jun, 1987
Lawrie McMenemy 08 Jun, 1985 16 Apr, 1987
Len Ashurst 04 Mar, 1984 23 May, 1985
Alan Durban 01 Jun, 1981 02 Mar, 1984
Ken Knighton 07 Jun, 1979 01 Apr, 1981
Billy Elliott 13 Dec, 1978 24 May, 1979
Jimmy Adamson 01 Dec, 1976 25 Oct, 1978
Ian MacFarlane 18 Oct, 1976 01 Dec, 1976
Bob Stokoe 23 Nov, 1972 18 Oct, 1976
Alan Brown 01 Feb, 1968 01 Nov, 1972
Ian McColl 01 Jun, 1965 01 Feb, 1968
George Hardwick 01 Nov, 1964 31 May, 1965
Alan Brown 01 Jun, 1957 31 May, 1964
Bill Murray 01 Apr, 1939 01 Jun, 1957
John Cochrane 01 May, 1928 31 Mar, 1939
Bob Kyle 01 Aug, 1905 01 Mar, 1928
Alex Mackie 01 Aug, 1899 01 Jun, 1905
Bob Campbell 01 Aug, 1896 01 Apr, 1899
Tom Watson 01 Aug, 1888 01 Aug, 1896
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Cagliari v Juventus

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Juventus are unbeaten in their last nine matches
Expert verdict
Juventus have scored just once in their last three matches but remain the most potent attacking force in Serie A and should have too much firepower for third-bottom Cagliari. Finishing second in their Champions League group was not ideal but Juve have led the Serie A standings since late September and look the dominant force in Italy.