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Pat Fenlon28 Nov, 201112 Nov, 2013
Colin Calderwood18 Oct, 201006 Nov, 2011
Alastair Stevenson04 Oct, 201018 Oct, 2010
John Hughes08 Jun, 200904 Oct, 2010
Mixu Paatelainen10 Jan, 200808 Jun, 2009
Tommy Craig20 Dec, 200710 Jan, 2008
John Collins31 Oct, 200620 Dec, 2007
Mark Proctor13 Oct, 200630 Oct, 2006
Tony Mowbray24 May, 200413 Oct, 2006
Bobby Williamson25 Feb, 200220 Apr, 2004
Donald Park22 Feb, 200225 Feb, 2002
Franck Sauzee14 Dec, 200121 Feb, 2002
Donald Park12 Dec, 200114 Dec, 2001
Alex McLeish11 Feb, 199811 Dec, 2001
Jim Duffy30 Dec, 199602 Feb, 1998
Jocky Scott30 Sep, 199630 Dec, 1996
Alex Miller15 Nov, 198630 Sep, 1996
John Blackley15 Sep, 198415 Nov, 1986
Pat Stanton15 Sep, 198215 Sep, 1984
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Willie Ormond15 Apr, 198015 Nov, 1980
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Match in Focus

17:55 Th 13Dec BT2

MOL Vidi v Chelsea

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • helsea have won their two Europa away games by one goal
Expert verdict
Group L winners Chelsea will have no desire to send a strong team to Hungary to face MOL Vidi and that may enable the hosts to upset the odds. Vidi put in a respectable display in losing 1-0 at Stamford Bridge and have since won two of their Europa League matches to give themselves a chance.