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Steve McClaren
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Personal information
Full name Stephen McClaren
Date of birth 3 May 1963 (1963-05-03) (age 57)
Place of birth    York, England England
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club England Queens Park Rangers (manager)
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1979–1985
1985–1988
1987
1988–1989
1989–1992
Total
England Hull City
England Derby County
EnglandLincoln City (loan)
England Bristol City
England Oxford United
178 0(16)
025 00(0)
0000(0)
061 00(2)
033 00(0)
305 0(18)   
Teams managed
1995–1999
1999–2001
2000–2002
2001–2006
2004–2006
2006–2007
2008–2010
2010–2011
2011
2012–2013
2013
2013–2015
2015–2016
2016–2017
2017
2018–
England Derby County (assistant)
England Manchester United (assistant)
England England (assistant)
England Middlesbrough
England England (assistant)
England England
Netherlands FC Twente
Germany VfL Wolfsburg
England Nottingham Forest
Netherlands FC Twente
England Queens Park Rangers (coach)
England Derby County
England Newcastle United
England Derby County
Flag of Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv (coaching consultant)
England Queens Park Rangers

Stephen "Steve" McClaren (born 3 May 1961) is an English football manager and former player. His managerial career began at Middlesbrough in the Premier League, who won the League Cup in 2004 and were runners-up in the 2006 UEFA Cup final. McClaren then served as manager of England from August 2006 to November 2007. He was sacked after England failed to qualify for the 2008 European Championship. In 2008, McClaren became manager of FC Twente, with whom he won the club's first Eredivisie championship in the 2009–10 season. He then worked as manager of VfL Wolfsburg in Germany between May 2010 and February 2011. After a short spell as manager of Nottingham Forest, he returned to Twente in January 2012.

Despite his successes at Manchester United, where he had been assistant manager to Alex Ferguson from 1999 to 2001, and Middlesbrough, he was strongly criticised by the English media following England's failure to qualify for Euro 2008. McClaren's time in charge at FC Twente saw his professional reputation recover somewhat after he managed them to the Eredivisie title for the first time since their founding in 1965, though he was subsequently dismissed from VfL Wolfsburg and Nottingham Forest.

His return to FC Twente was initially greeted with enthusiasm and the club was deemed to be one of the favourites to the 2012–13 Eredivisie championship at the start of the season. However, after unsuccessful results at FC Twente, McClaren resigned his position on 26 February 2013. Within seven months, however, he was back in management with Derby County, the club where he had once been assistant manager. In May 2015 McClaren was sacked by Derby County. On 10 June 2015, McClaren was appointed as head coach of Newcastle United on a three year deal.

External links

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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)

Middlesbrough Football Club - Managers

J.Robson 1899–1905 • Mackie 1905–06 • Aitken 1906–09 • Gunter 1909–10 • Walker 1910–11 • McIntosh 1911–19 • Howie 1920–23 • Bamlett 1923–26 • McWilliam 1927–34 • Gillow 1934–44 • Jack 1944–52 • Rowley 1952–54 • Dennison 1954–63 • Carter 1963–66 • Anderson 1966–73 • Charlton 1973–77 • Neal 1977–81 • Murdoch 1981–82 • Allison 1982–84 • Maddren 1984–86 • Rioch 1986–90 • Todd 1990–91 • Lawrence 1991–94 • B.Robson 1994–2001 • Venables 2001 • McClaren 2001–06 • Southgate 2006–09 • Strachan 2009–10 • Mowbray 2010–13 • Karanka 2013–17 • Agnew 2017 • Monk 2017 • Pulis 2017–19 • Woodgate 2019–20 • Warnock 2020– •

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Nottingham Forest Football Club - Managers

Radford 1889 to 97 • Haslam 1897 to 1909 • Earp 1909 to 12 • Masters 1912 to 25 • Baynes 1925 to 29 • Hardy 1930 to 31 • Watson 1931 to 36 • Wightman 1936 to 39 • Walker 1939 to 60 • Beattie 1960 to 63 • Carey 1963 to 68 • Gillies 1969 to 72 • Mackay 1972 to 73 • Brown 1973 to 75 • Clough 1975 to 93 • Clark 1993 to 96 • Pearce 1996 to 97 • Bassett 1997 to 99 • Adams 1999 • Atkinson 1999 • Platt 1999 to 2001 • Hart 2001 to 04 • Kinnear 2004 • Harford 2004 to 05 • Megson 2005 to 06 • Barlow & McParland 2006 • Calderwood 2006 to 08 • Pemberton 2008 to 09 • Davies 2009 to 11 • McClaren 2011 • Kelly 2011 • Cotterill 2011 to 12 • O'Driscoll 2012 • McLeish 2012 to 13 • Davies 2013 to 14 • Brazil 2014 • Pearce 2014 to 15 • Freedman 2015 to 16 • Williamsc 2016 • Montanier 2016–17 • Brazilc 2017 • Warburton 2017 • Brazilc 2017 to 18 • Karanka 2018 to 19 • Irelandc 2019 • O'Neill 2019

Derby County Football Club - Managers

Newbould 1896 to 1906 • Methven 1906 to 22 • Potter 1922 to 25 • Jobey 1925 to 41 • Nicholas 1942 to 44 • Magner 1944 to 46 • McMillan 1946 to 53 • Barker 1953 to 55 • Storer, Jr. 1955 to 62 • Ward 1962 to 67 • B. Clough 1967 to 73 • Mackay 1973 to 76 • Murphy 1976 to 77 • Docherty 1977 to 79 • Addison 1979 to 82 • Newman 1982 • Taylor 1982 to 84 • McFarland 1984 • Cox 1984 to 93 • McFarland 1993 to 95 • Smith 1995 to 2001 • Todd 2001 to 02 • Gregory 2002 to 03 • Burley 2003 to 05 • Brown 2005 to 06 • Westley 2006 • Davies 2006 to 07 • Jewell 2007 to 08 • N. Clough 2009 to 13 • McClaren 2013 to 15 • Clement 2015 to 16 • Wassall 2016 • Pearson 2016 • McClaren 2016–18 • Lampard 2018–19 • Cocu 2019–

Newcastle United Football Club - Managers

Cunningham (1930–35) • Mather (1935–39) • Seymour (1939–47) • Martin (1947–50) • Seymour (1950–54) • Livingstone (1954–56) • Seymour (1956–58) • Mitten (1958–61) • N. Smith (1961–62) • Harvey (1962–75) • Lee (1975–77) • Dinnis (1977) • McFaul (1977c) • McGarry (1977–80) • Cox (1980–84) • Charlton (1984–85) • McFaul (1985–88) • Suggett (1988c) • J. Smith (1988–91) • Saxton (1991c) • Ardiles (1991–92) • Keegan (1992–97) • McDermott (1997c) • Dalglish (1997–98) • Gullit (1998–99) • Clarke (1999c) • Robson (1999–2004) • Carver (2004c) • Souness (2004–06) • Roeder (2006–07) • Pearson (2007c) • Allardyce (2007–08) • Pearson (2008c) • Keegan (2008) • Hughton (2008c) • Kinnear (2008–09) • Hughton & Calderwood (2009a) • Shearer (2009) • Hughton (2009–10) • Beardsley (2010c) • Pardew (2010–14) • Carver (2015i) • McClaren (2015–16) • Benítez (2016–19) • Bruce (2019–)
(c) = caretaker manager; (a) = acting in regular manager's absence; (i) = interim

Queens Park Rangers Football Club - Managers

Cowan (1913–20) • Howie (1913–20) • Liddell (1920–25) • Hewison (1925–31) • Mitchell (1931–33) • O'Brien (1933–35) • Birrell (1935–39) • Vizard (1939–44) • Mangnall (1944–52) • Taylor (1952–59) • Stock (1959–68) • Dodgin (1968) • Docherty (1968) • Allen (1968–71) • Jago (1971–74) • Anderson (1974c) • Sexton (1974–77) • Sibley (1977–78) • Stock (1978c) • Burtenshaw (1978–79) • Docherty (1979–80) • Venables (1980–84) • Jago (1984c) • Mullery (1984) • Sibley (1984–85c) • Smith (1985–88) • T. Francis (1988–89) • Howe (1989–91) • G. Francis (1991–1994) • Wilkins (1994–96) • Houston (1996–97) • Hollins (1997c) • R. Harford (1997–98) • Dowie (1998c) • G. Francis (1998–2001) • Holloway (2001–06) • Waddock (2006c) • Gregory (2006–07) • M. Harford (2007c) • De Canio (2007–08) • Dowie (2008) • Ainsworth (2008c) • Sousa (2008–09) • Ainsworth (2009c) • Magilton (2009) • Gallen & Bircham (2009c) • Hart (2009–10) • M. Harford (2010c) • Warnock (2010–12) • Hughes (2012) • Bowen & Niedzwiecki (2012c) • Redknapp (2012–15) • Ferdinand & Ramsey (2015c) • Ramsey & Bond (2015c) • Ramsey (2015–)

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England England
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England national football team - Managers

Winterbottom (1946–62) • Ramsey (1962–74) • Mercer (caretaker) (1974) • Revie (1974–77) • Greenwood (1977–82) • Robson (1982–90) • G. Taylor (1990–93) • Venables (1993–96) • Hoddle (1996–99) • Wilkinson (caretaker) (1999) • Keegan (1999–2000) • Wilkinson (caretaker) (2000) • P. Taylor (caretaker) (2000–01) • Eriksson (2001–06) • McClaren (2006–07) • Capello (2008–12) • Pearce (caretaker) (2012) • Hodgson (2012–16) • Allardyce (2016) • Southgate (2016–)

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