Grant McCann’s appointment at Doncaster means all 92 Premier League and Football League clubs now have a gaffer in place for the 2018/19 season.
We have taken a look and ranked every manager’s time spent at their current club from shortest to longest below and on the next few pages…
92) GRANT MCCANN (Doncaster Rovers)
Doncaster Rovers appointed former Peterborough boss Grant McCann as their new manager yesterday. The 38-year-old has replaced Darren Ferguson, who left Rovers earlier this month after nearly three seasons at the Keepmoat Stadium. It is McCann’s first job since he was sacked by Posh in February.
Days in the job: 2
91) MARK YATES (Macclesfield Town)
Mark Yates was appointed by Macclesfield Town as a replacement for John Askey who left for Shrewsbury Town. He joins the other 11 managers to have joined their clubs in the month of June of 2018.
Days in the job: 10
90) MICHAEL COLLINS (Bradford City)
✍ Bradford City are delighted to present Michael Collins, Greg Abbott and Martin Drury as our new coaching team.
Michael Collins will assume the role of Head Coach, with Greg and Martin both joining his staff as Assistant Coaches.
— Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) June 18, 2018
Michael Collins was appointed the new manager of Bradford City not too long ago. The Bantams took a good while finding a new boss but when Collins was confirmed, fans seemed rather underwhelmed considering the time spent on looking for a new manager.
Days in the job: 11
89) MARCELO BIELSA (Leeds United)
Ex-Argentina coach Marcelo Bielsa says a club with Leeds United’s history was “impossible to turn down” after being named manager of the Championship club. Leeds began talks with Bielsa after sacking Paul Heckingbottom on 1 June and the 62-year-old has agreed a two-year deal with an option for a third.
Days in the job: 14
Take a look at 88th to 85th by clicking on the next page.