Manager history

  FROM TO
Ronald Koeman 14 Jun, 2016 Present
Joe Royle 12 May, 2016 14 Jun, 2016
David Unsworth 12 May, 2016 14 Jun, 2016
Roberto Martinez 05 Jun, 2013 12 May, 2016
David Moyes 15 Mar, 2002 05 Jun, 2013
Walter Smith 01 Jul, 1998 13 Mar, 2002
Howard Kendall 27 Jun, 1997 01 Jul, 1998
Dave Watson 01 Apr, 1997 31 May, 1998
Joe Royle 10 Nov, 1994 27 Mar, 1997
Mike Walker 07 Jan, 1994 08 Nov, 1994
Jimmy Gabriel 04 Dec, 1990 07 Jan, 1993
Howard Kendall 05 Nov, 1990 04 Dec, 1993
Colin Harvey 19 Jun, 1987 31 Oct, 1990
Howard Kendall 31 May, 1981 18 Jun, 1987
Gordon Lee 30 Jan, 1977 31 May, 1981
Steve Burtenshaw 10 Jan, 1977 30 Jan, 1977
Billy Bingham 28 May, 1973 10 Jan, 1977
Tom Eggleston 12 Apr, 1973 28 May, 1973
Harry Catterick 01 Apr, 1961 12 Apr, 1973
Johnny Carey 01 Oct, 1958 01 Apr, 1961
Ian Buchan 01 Feb, 1956 01 Oct, 1958
Cliff Britton 01 Aug, 1948 01 Feb, 1956
Theo Kelly 01 May, 1936 01 Sep, 1948
Thomas H McIntosh 01 Aug, 1919 31 May, 1935
W J Sawyer 01 Aug, 1918 31 May, 1919
William C Cuff 01 Aug, 1901 31 May, 1918
Dick Molyneux 01 Aug, 1889 31 May, 1901
W E Barclay 01 Aug, 1888 31 May, 1889
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Match in Focus

17:00 TODAY BBC1

Italy v Spain

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Italy have conceded one goal in their last five games
Expert verdict
Italy are one of the best teams in the world at defending their penalty area and can make life difficult for Spain at the Stade de France. Possession will be mainly in the hands of Spain but their 2-1 loss to Croatia was a reality check and they may struggle to get back on track against such a disciplined opponent.