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We all went through that devastating period in the early 1990s where we got confused between leadership and managership. We got confused between the difference between the process and the product.
Peter Beardsley had been taken to Carlisle by Pop's old Fairs Cup pal Bob Moncur but was now operating alongside Robson under the managership of Bob Stokoe.
Richard Bevan, the extremely mediaconscious chief executive of the League Managers' Association, wasn't slow in labelling the Chelsea hierarchy's managership record an "embarrassment", but remained reticent, nay totally tight-lipped, over the shameful conduct of Newcastle manager Alan Pardew during the North East derby.
As well as presiding at the Antrim senior hurling helm, Tipperary man Cahill was a member of the Saffrons' under-21 backroom team under the managership of Dominic Kearns.
HAPPY Sunderland owner Ellis Short, right, is pleased with the progress on the pitch made by the Black Cats under the managership of Steve Bruce, below, in the last 18 months
Last year Swansea Council placed the Grand Theatre on a list of all indoor leisure centres being reviewed for possible new managership arrangements with some possibly going to trusts or even private ownership.
NEVILLE POWELL dedicated Bangor City's biggest league win under his managership to first-team captain James Brewerton, who is recovering from a leg operation.
He spent 14 years as a Studley player under the managership of his father John at the Beehive, and the family bonds are still strong with brother Glenn his No 2.
After signing for Swansea City under the managership of John Toshack, he was one of the stars of the 1980s team that rose from the Fourth Division to the top of the old First Division.
One of the most established features of Fulham's play during Chris Coleman's managership has been that they have consistently performed less well in the corner supremacy market than we would have anticipated from their record in the goals supremacy market - normally there is a relationship between these things.
"That was the best result under my managership. However, we have played better football and lost games." Scott Vernon scored a last-minute consolation for Blackpool.
As a current England coach, he needs to be alongside someone of experience to extend his learning curve, if not taking over the managership reins somewhere.
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