Manager history

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Paul Hartley 05 Feb, 2014 Present
John Brown 23 Feb, 2013 03 Feb, 2014
Barry Smith 15 Oct, 2010 20 Feb, 2013
Gordon Chisholm 20 Mar, 2010 15 Oct, 2010
Jocky Scott 30 Oct, 2008 20 Mar, 2010
Alex Rae 24 May, 2006 30 Oct, 2008
Alan Kernaghan 02 Sep, 2005 24 May, 2006
Jim Duffy 04 Jul, 2002 02 Sep, 2005
Ivano Bonetti 10 Jul, 2000 02 Jul, 2002
Jocky Scott 08 Feb, 1998 28 Jun, 2000
John McCormack 01 Jan, 1997 08 Feb, 1998
Jim Duffy 01 Aug, 1993 29 Dec, 1996
Simon Stainrod 01 Dec, 1992 31 May, 1993
Iain Munro 01 Aug, 1991 31 Dec, 1991
Gordon Wallace 01 Aug, 1989 31 May, 1991
Dave Smith 01 Aug, 1988 31 May, 1989
Jocky Scott 01 Aug, 1986 31 May, 1988
Archie Knox 01 Aug, 1984 31 May, 1986
Don Mackay 15 Apr, 1980 31 May, 1984
Tommy Gemmell 01 Jun, 1977 15 Apr, 1980
David White 01 Aug, 1972 31 May, 1977
John Prentice 01 Aug, 1969 31 May, 1972
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Match in Focus

17:30 Sa 22Nov SS1

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.