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Paul Lambert
Paul Lambert 14-7-2011
Personal information
Full name Paul Christopher Lambert
Date of birth 7 August 1969 (1969-08-07) (age 51)
Place of birth    Glasgow, Scotland Scotland
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club Ipswich Town (manager)
Youth clubs

1985–1986
Scotland Linwood Rangers Boys' Club
Scotland St Mirren
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1986–1993
1993–1996
1996–1997
1997–2005
2005–2006
Total
Scotland St. Mirren
Scotland Motherwell
Germany Borussia Dortmund
Scotland Celtic
Scotland Livingston
227 (14)
103 0(6)
044 0(1)
193 (14)
000(0)
574 (35)   
National team
1995–2003 Scotland Scotland 040 0(1)
Teams managed
2005–2006
2006–2008
2008–2009
2009–2012
2012-2015
2015-2016
2016–2017
2018
2018–
England Livingston
England Wycombe Wanderers
England Colchester United
England Norwich City
England Aston Villa
England Blackburn Rovers
England Wolverhampton Wanderers
England Stoke City
England Ipswich Town

Paul Lambert (born 7 August 1969) is a Scottish professional football manager and former player.

Lambert, who played as a midfielder, won numerous honours as a player. He won the Scottish Cup in 1987 with St Mirren as a 17-year-old, the UEFA Champions League with Borussia Dortmund and all the Scottish domestic honours with Celtic. In his international career, Lambert earned 40 caps for Scotland and played in the 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.

Lambert achieved success managing in England's lower divisions and guided Norwich City into English football's Premier League with successive promotions in 2009–10 and 2010–11. After keeping Norwich in the Premier League in 2011–12, he managed Aston Villa for three seasons. Lambert was appointed Blackburn Rovers manager in November 2015, before leaving the club in May 2016. Lambert became head coach of Wolverhampton Wanderers in November 2016 but was dismissed at the end of the season. Lambert was appointed manager of Stoke City in January 2018, but he was unable to prevent relegation and left the club soon afterwards.

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Current EFL League Championship managers

Struber (Barnsley) · Karanka (Birmingham City) · Mowbray (Blackburn Rovers) · Tindall (Bournemouth) · Frank (Brentford) · Holden (Bristol City) · Harris (Cardiff City) · Robins (Coventry City) · Cocu (Derby County) · Corberán (Huddersfield Town) · Jones (Luton Town) · Warnock (Middlesbrough) · Rowett (Millwall) · Farke (Norwich City) · Lamouchi (Nottingham Forest) · Neil (Preston North End) · Warburton (Queens Park Rangers) · Bowen (Reading) · Warne (Rotherham United) · Monk (Sheffield Wednesday) · O'Neill (Stoke City) · Cooper (Swansea City) · Vacant (Watford) · Ainsworth (Wycombe Wanderers)

Aston Villa Football Club - Managers

Ramsay (1884–1926) • Smith (1926–34) • McMullan (1934–35) • Hogan (1936–39) • Massie (1945–50) • Martin (1950–53) • Houghton (1953–58) • Mercer (1958–64) • D. Taylor (1964–67) • Cummings (1967–68) • Docherty (1968–70) • Crowe (1970–74) • Saunders (1974–82) • Barton (1982–84) • Turner (1984–86) • McNeill (1986–87) • G. Taylor (1987–90) • Venglos (1990–91) • Atkinson (1991–94) • Little (1994–98) • Gregory (1998–2002) • G. Taylor (2002–03) • O'Leary (2003–06) • O'Neill (2006–10) • Houllier (2010–11) • McLeish (2011–12) • Lambert (2012–15) • Sherwood (2015) • Garde (2015–16) • Di Matteo (2016) • Bruce (2016–)

Colchester United Football Club - Managers

Davis (1937–39) · Fieldus (1945–46) · T. Fenton (1946–48) · Allen (1948–53) · Meades (1953) · Butler (1953–55) · Miller & Orrinc (1955) · B. Fenton (1955–63) · Franklin (1963–68) · Graham (1968–72) · Mochanc (1972) · Smith (1972–75) · R. Roberts (1975–82) · Hunter (1982–83) · Lea (1983–86) · Walker (1986–87) · Foleyc (1987) · R. Brown (1987–88) · Foleyc (1988–89) · Wallace (1989) · Foleyc (1989–90) · Mills (1990) · Atkins (1990–91) · McDonough (1991–94) · Burley (1994) · D. Robertsc (1994–95) · Wignall (1995–99) · Cook & Whittonc (1999) · Wadsworth (1999) · Whitton (1999–2003) · Williamsc (2003) · Parkinson (2003–06) · Williams (2006–08) · Symonsc (2008) · Lambert (2008–09) · Dunnec (2009) · Boothroyd (2009–10) · Ward (2010–12) · Dunne (2012–14) · Humes (2014–15) · Hall & McGrealc (2015) · W. Brownc (2015) · Keen (2015–16) · Wrightc (2016) · Ballc (2016) · McGreal (2016–)

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Norwich City Football Club - Managers

Bowman (1905–07) • McEwen (1907–08) • Turner (1909–10) • Stansfield (1910–15) • Buckley (1919–20) • O'Hagan (1920–21) • Gosnell (1921–26) • Stansfield (1926) • Potter (1926–29) • Kerr (1929–33) • Parker (1933–37) • Young (1937–38) • Jewell (1939) • Young (1939–45) • Lochhead (1945–46) • Spiers (1946–47) • Lochhead (1947–50) • Low (1950–55) • Parker (1955–57) • Macaulay (1957–61) • Reid (1961–62) • Swindin (1962) • Ashman (1962–1966) • Morgan (1966–69) • Saunders (1969–73) • Bond (1973–80) • Brown (1980–87) • Stringer (1987–92) • Williams (1992) • Walker (1992–94) • Deehan (1994–95) • O'Neill (1995) • Franklin (1995) • Megson (1995–96) • Walker (1996–98) • Faulkner (1998) • Rioch (1998–2000) • Hamilton (2000) • Worthington (2000–06) • Hunter (2006) • Grant (2006–07) • Duffy (2007) • Roeder (2007–09) • Gunn (2009) • Butterworth (2009) • Lambert (2009–12) • Hughton (2012–14) • Adams (2014–15) • Neil (2015–2017) • Irvine (2017) • Farke (2017–)

Wycombe Wanderers Football Club - Managers

McCormick (1951–52) • Cann (1952–61) • McDonald (1961) • G. Adams (1961–62) • Welsh (1962–64) • Darvill (1964–68) • Lee (1968–76) • Powell (1976–77) • Reardon (1977–78) • Williams (1978–80) • Keen (1980–84) • Bence (1984–86) • Gane (1986–87) • Suddaby (1987–88) • Kelman (1988–90) • O'Neill (1990–95) • Smith (1995–96) • Gregory (1996–98) • Smillie (1998–99) • Evans (1999c) • Sanchez (1999–2003) • T. Adams (2003–04) • Gorman (2004–06) • Lambert (2006–08) • Taylor (2008–09) • Waddock (2009–12) • Ainsworth (2012–)

Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club - Managers

Worrall (1877–85) · Addenbrooke (1885–1922) · Jobey (1922–24) · Hoskins (1924–26) · Scotchbrook (1926–27) · Buckley (1927–44) · Vizard (1944–48) · Cullis (1948–64) · Beattie (1964–65) · Allen (1965–68) · McGarry (1968–76) · Chung (1976–78) · Barnwell (1978–82) · Greaves (1982) · Hawkins (1982–84) · Docherty (1984–85) · McGarry (1985) · Chapman (1985–86) · Turner (1986–94) · Taylor (1994–95) · McGhee (1995–98) · Lee (1998–2000) · Jones (2001–04) · Hoddle (2004–06) · McCarthy (2006–12) · Connor (2012) · Solbakken (2012–13) · Saunders (2013) · Jackett (2013–16) · Zenga (2016–)

Stoke City Football Club - Managers

Slaney (1874–83) • Cox (1883–84) • Lockett (1884–90) • Bradshaw (1890–92) • Reeves (1892–95) • Rowley (1895–97) • Austerberry (1897–1908) • A. Barker (1908–14) • Hodge (1914–15) • Schofield (1915–19) • Shallcross (1919–23) • Rutherford (1923) • Mather (1923–35) • McGrory (1935–52) • Taylor (1952–60) • Waddington (1960–77) • Eastham (1977–78) • A'Court (1978) • Durban (1978–81) • R. Barker (1981–83) • Asprey (1983–85) • Lacey (1985) • Mills (1985–89) • Ball (1989–91) • Paddon (1991) • Macari (1991–93) • Jordan (1993–94) • Hartford (1994) • Macari (1994–97) • Bates (1997–98) • Kamara (1998) • Durban (1998) • Little (1998–99) • Megson (1999) • Thordarson (1999–2002) • Cotterill (2002) • Kevan (2002) • Pulis (2002–05) • Boskamp (2005–06) • Pulis (2006–13) • Hughes (2013–18) • Niedzwiecki (2018c) • Lambert (2018) • Rowett (2018–19) • Jones (2019) •

Ipswich Town Football Club - Managers

Committee (1878–1936) · O'Brien (1936–37) · Duncan (1937–55) · Ramsey (1955–63) · Milburn (1963–64) · Forsyth (1964) · McGarry (1964–68) · Lea (1968) · Robson (1969–82) · Ferguson (1982–87) · Duncan (1987–90) · Lyall (1990–94) · McGiven (1993–94) · Burley (1994–2002) · Mowbray (2002) · Royle (2002–06) · Magilton (2006–09) · Keane (2009–11) · McParland (2011) · Jewell (2011–12) · McCarthy (2012–18) · Hurst (2018–) ·

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