From homeless to England manager in a matter of years, Craig McManus’s attitude and experience epitomise the Homeless World Cup, this year taking place in Cardiff.
Jim Goodwin is now the red hot favourite to be named Dundee’s new manager this week.
His time in England is a blot on an otherwise excellent CV, but new Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson believes a spell in charge of MK Dons has made him a better manager.
Dundee United fans have given a clear indication that they want a new face to take charge at the club, an exclusive Tele poll has revealed.
Hopefully successful, probably playing a decent brand of football and most definitely colourful.
Dundee United’s search for a manager looks certain to extend into next week at least.
Dundee United have released a statement saying they have mutually agreed the manager Ray McKinnon's departure with immediate effect.
Dundee will stay right behind manager Paul Hartley despite the side’s dreadful start to the season.
York have announced that Jackie McNamara is to step down as manager, and as far as surprises go, let’s just say nobody’s jaw hit the floor when that was announced.