SEVERAL days later and it still seems incredible to believe John Brown is the manager of Dundee. We remember, with loving detail, his remarkable two years in charge of Clyde where he turned a moderately successful club into a laughing stock.
THE zenith of horrible managers: Raith Rovers’ Claude Anelka. His six months in charge of the Kirkcaldy side was one of the worst periods in their modern history and quite frankly, utterly, utterly mental.
MICHAEL RENWICK’S six-month spell in charge of Berwick Rangers was an unmitigated disaster with the club breaking a host of unwanted records. However, their dire season was not solely his fault…
“MANAGING over in Hungary gave me an insight into management and everything was quite extreme in Eastern Europe. You could say it has prepared me for Dingwall!” claimed Willie McStay when he took charge of County. We examine his disastrous nine-game spell in charge of the club.