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Millers all-time managerial records

Millers all-time managerial records

Following last weeks departure of manager Alan Knill, it's time to update the statistical records of every manager in Rotherham United's history.
Managers are placed in order of win ratio success.
Caretaker spells are not included.

ALAN KNILL..P 63 W 18 D 17 L 28 WIN % = 28.50%...(20TH)
10-12-05 TO 3-3-07

MICK HARFORD..P 30 W 5 D 9 L 16 = 16.66%...(21ST)
7-4-05 TO 10-12-05

RONNIE MOORE..P 398 W 143 D 121 L 134 = 35.92%...(10TH)
24-5-97 TO 31-01-05

DANNY BERGARA..P 49 W 7 D 14 L 28 = 14.28%...(22ND)
1-8-96 TO 24-5-97

GEMMILL/MCGOVERN..P 93 W 29 D 28 L 36 = 31.18%...(15TH)
14-9-04 TO 31-7-96

PHIL HENSON..P 189 W 71 D 52 L 66 = 37.56%...(7TH)
1-1-91 TO 14-9-94

BILLY MCEWAN..P 141 W 52 D 40 L 49 = 36.87%...(9TH)
1-4-88 TO 1-1-91

DAVE CUSACK..P 17 W 5 D 8 L 4 = 29.40%...(19TH)
23-12-87 TO 1-4-88

NORMAN HUNTER..P 132 W 41 D 38 L 53 = 31.06%...(16TH)
18-6-85 TO 9-12-87

GEORGE KERR..P 109 W 38 D 26 L 45 = 34.86...(12TH)
21-3-83 TO 31-5-85

EMLYN HUGHES..P 74 W 28 D 16 L 28 = 37.83%...(6TH)
1-7-81 TO 21-3-83

IAN PORTERFIELD..P 69 W 31 D 21 L 17 = 44.92%...(2ND)
30-12-79 TO 30-6-81

JIMMY MCGUIGAN..P 302 W 117 D 82 L 103 = 38.74%...(5TH)
1-5-73 TO 13-11-79

JIM MCANEARNEY..P 216 W 81 D 59 L 76 =37.50%...(8TH)
1-12-68 TO 1-5-73

TOMMY DOCHERTY..P 47 W 14 D 16 L 17 = 29.78%...(18TH)
1-11-67 TO 30-11-68

JACK MANSELL..P 88 W 30 D 25 L 33 = 34.09%...(13TH)
1-8-65 TO 31-5-67

DANNY WILLIAMS..P 122 W 51 D 21 L 50 = 41.80%...(3RD)
1-7-62 TO 1-2-65

TOM JOHNSTON..P 179 W 63 D 49 L 67 = 35.19%...(11TH)
1-11-58 TO 1-7-62

ANDY SMAILES..P 278 W 109 D 50 L 119 = 39.20%...(4TH)
1-8-52 TO 31-10-58

REG FREEMAN..P 520 W 254 D 98 L 168 = 48.84%...(1ST)
1-1-34 TO 1-8-52

BILLY HEALD..P 315 W 104 D 65 L 146 = 33.01%...(14TH)
2 SPELLS
1-8-30 TO 1-3-29
1-8-25 TO 1-3-29 (SECRETARY ONLY FOR LONG SPELL)

STANLEY DAVIES..P 59 W 18 D 12 L 29 = 30.50%...(17TH)
1-3-29 TO 31-5-30



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Date:Wednesday March 7 2007
Time: 3:41PM

Comments

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Better luck to Knilly's successor.
zipadeedoodah
07/03/2007 15:45:00
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Whoever it is, let him become the number one!
herringthorpe
07/03/2007 17:27:00
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there are one or two positions that have surprised me and good luck to the next manager whoever it is
miller4life
08/03/2007 08:14:00
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