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Derek McInnes07 Apr, 2013Present
Craig Brown13 Dec, 201025 Mar, 2013
Mark McGhee12 Jun, 200901 Dec, 2010
Jimmy Calderwood28 May, 200425 May, 2009
Steve Paterson11 Dec, 200224 May, 2004
Gardner Speirs05 Dec, 200211 Dec, 2002
Ebbe Skovdahl01 Jun, 199905 Dec, 2002
Paul Hegarty01 Jan, 199924 May, 1999
Keith Burkinshaw08 Dec, 199801 Jan, 1999
Alex Miller21 Nov, 199708 Dec, 1998
Roy Aitken06 Feb, 199521 Nov, 1997
Willie Miller10 Feb, 199206 Feb, 1995
Alex Smith01 Aug, 198810 Feb, 1992
Jocky Scott01 Aug, 198810 Feb, 1992
Ian Porterfield05 Nov, 198616 May, 1988
Alex Ferguson01 Aug, 197805 Nov, 1986
Ally McLeod01 Aug, 197531 May, 1978
Jimmy Bonthrone01 Aug, 197131 May, 1975
Eddie Turnbull01 Aug, 196531 May, 1971
Tommy Pearson01 Aug, 195931 May, 1965
Dave Shaw01 Aug, 195531 May, 1959
David Halliday01 Aug, 193831 May, 1955
Patrick Travers01 Aug, 192331 May, 1938
Jimmy Philip01 Aug, 190331 May, 1923
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Match in Focus

19:45 TODAY SKY

Switzerland v Ireland

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Switzerland haven’t lost a competitive home match since 2014 – a run stretching 14 games
Expert verdict
Ireland will need to sharpen up in attack to take a positive result from their pivotal Euro 2020 qualification clash against Switzerland in Geneva. Ireland missed a huge chance to cement their place in Group D’s top two after a dour 0-0 draw against Georgia on Saturday, though one more victory from their remaining pair of fixtures will still see them qualify for next year’s showpiece. Switzerland have little to fear from the Irish frontline and should harness the energy of their buoyant support to break down the visitors.