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Kenny Jackett 01 Jun, 2013 Present
Dean Saunders 07 Jan, 2013 07 May, 2013
Kevin Thelwell 06 Jan, 2013 07 Jan, 2013
Stale Solbakken 01 Jul, 2012 06 Jan, 2013
Terry Connor 24 Feb, 2012 01 Jul, 2012
Mick McCarthy 21 Jul, 2006 13 Feb, 2012
Glenn Hoddle 07 Dec, 2004 01 Jul, 2006
Stuart Gray 01 Nov, 2004 07 Dec, 2004
Dave Jones 03 Jan, 2001 01 Nov, 2004
John Ward 18 Dec, 2000 03 Jan, 2001
Colin Lee 05 Nov, 1998 18 Dec, 2000
Mark McGhee 13 Dec, 1995 05 Nov, 1998
Bobby Downes 13 Nov, 1995 13 Dec, 1995
Graham Taylor 29 Mar, 1994 13 Nov, 1995
Graham Turner 07 Oct, 1986 16 Mar, 1994
Brian Little 31 Aug, 1986 06 Oct, 1986
Sammy Chapman 07 Nov, 1985 15 Aug, 1986
Bill McGarry 04 Sep, 1985 04 Nov, 1985
Tommy Docherty 08 Jun, 1984 04 Jul, 1985
Graham Hawkins 04 Aug, 1982 08 Apr, 1984
Ian Greaves 02 Feb, 1982 03 Aug, 1982
John Barnwell 20 Nov, 1978 08 Jan, 1981
Sammy Chung 19 Jun, 1976 08 Nov, 1978
Bill McGarry 01 Nov, 1968 13 May, 1976
Ronnie Allen 01 Sep, 1966 01 Nov, 1968
Andy Beattie 01 Aug, 1964 01 Aug, 1965
Stan Cullis 01 Jun, 1948 01 Aug, 1964
Ted Vizard 01 Apr, 1944 31 May, 1948
Frank Buckley 01 Jul, 1927 31 Mar, 1944
Fred Scotchbrook 01 Mar, 1926 30 Jun, 1927
Albert Hoskins 01 Jun, 1924 01 Mar, 1926
George Jobey 01 Jun, 1922 31 May, 1924
John Addenbrooke 01 Aug, 1885 01 Jun, 1922
George Worrall 01 Aug, 1877 31 May, 1885
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Match in Focus

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Arsenal v Man Utd

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Man Utd are unbeaten in their last six matches against Arsenal
Expert verdict
It says something about the quality of the Premier League that two teams with such obvious failings remain odds-on for a top-four finish, but victory for either side would put them in pole position to qualify for next year’s Champions League. Arsenal are tempting given their home advantage and superior all-round quality, but it’s hard to trust a side who look so mentally fragile.