Manager history

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Steven Pressley16 Jan, 2019Present
Tommy Wright04 Jan, 201916 Jan, 2019
John Sheridan05 Jun, 201804 Jan, 2019
Keith Curle19 Sep, 201404 Jun, 2018
Graham Kavanagh09 Sep, 201301 Sep, 2014
Greg Abbott03 Nov, 200809 Sep, 2013
John Ward02 Oct, 200703 Nov, 2008
Greg Abbott13 Aug, 200702 Oct, 2007
Neil McDonald17 Jun, 200613 Aug, 2007
Paul Simpson29 Aug, 200317 Jun, 2006
Roddy Collins01 Aug, 200229 Aug, 2003
Billy Barr06 Apr, 200201 Aug, 2002
Roddy Collins01 Aug, 200106 Apr, 2002
Ian Atkins01 Jun, 200012 Jul, 2001
Martin Wilkinson25 Jun, 199910 May, 2000
Keith Mincher18 Jun, 199925 Jun, 1999
Nigel Pearson17 Dec, 199817 May, 1999
Michael Knighton11 Sep, 199717 Dec, 1998
Mervyn Day01 Aug, 199611 Sep, 1997
Mick Wadsworth01 Aug, 199331 Jul, 1996
David McCreery29 Sep, 199231 Jul, 1993
Aidan McCaffery11 Apr, 199101 Sep, 1992
Cliff Middlemass23 Nov, 198714 Mar, 1991
Harry Gregg20 May, 198617 Nov, 1987
Bob Stokoe15 Oct, 198520 May, 1986
Bryan Pop Robson27 Aug, 198515 Oct, 1985
Bob Stokoe01 Sep, 198031 May, 1985
Martin Harvey01 Feb, 198001 Sep, 1980
Bobby Moncur16 Nov, 197601 Feb, 1980
Dick Young01 Nov, 197510 Nov, 1976
Alan Ashman07 Jun, 197231 Oct, 1975
Ian MacFarlane01 Jan, 197001 Jun, 1972
Bob Stokoe01 Oct, 196820 Dec, 1970
Tim Ward01 Sep, 196730 Sep, 1968
Alan Ashman01 Feb, 196301 Jun, 1967
Ivor Powell01 May, 196001 Feb, 1963
Andy Beattie01 May, 195801 Mar, 1960
Fred Emery01 Jul, 195130 Apr, 1958
Bill Shankly01 Mar, 194901 Jul, 1951
Ivor Broadis01 Aug, 194601 Jan, 1949
Bill Clark01 Aug, 194531 May, 1946
Howard Harkness01 Sep, 194031 May, 1945
David Taylor01 Apr, 193801 Sep, 1939
Fred Westgarth01 Dec, 193631 Mar, 1938
Robert Kelly01 Mar, 193530 Nov, 1936
Bill Clarke01 May, 193301 Mar, 1935
Bill Hampson01 Mar, 193001 May, 1933
George Bristow01 Aug, 191328 Feb, 1930
D Graham01 Aug, 191231 May, 1913
J Houston01 Aug, 191031 May, 1912
Bert Stansfield01 Aug, 190831 May, 1910
J Houston01 Aug, 190631 May, 1908
McCumiskey01 Aug, 190531 May, 1906
H Kirkbride01 Aug, 190431 May, 1905
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Match in Focus

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Sheff Utd v Arsenal

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have won five of their last six matches
Expert verdict
Some Arsenal supporters are not happy with Unai Emery’s tactics but the Gunners are third in the Premier League after eight matches and can maintain their upward trajectory by beating Sheffield United. The visitors have lost only one match in all competitions this season and should continue to improve with Hector Bellerin and Kieran Tierney both fit again after injury. They haven’t always been brilliant but Arsenal tend to get the job done. Sheffield United held firm for 70 minutes against Liverpool and have proved hard to break down, but they have lost four of their last five home matches in all competitions.