John Sheridan is the manager of League Two side Plymouth Argyle. He has previously been in charge of the likes of Chesterfield and Oldham Athletic, but is now looking to stabilise the struggling club following a difficult few years.
Sheridan had a good career as a player with notable spells at Leeds, Sheffield Wednesday and with Oldham where he finished his career in 2004. With that came a number of International caps which has given him valuable experience to take into the difficult world of football management.
Sheridan's first job in Management came at Oldham where he finished his playing career. He had a decent spell in charge at Boundary Park including taking the team into the League One play-offs in his first full season in charge. The team were unable to achieve promotion but his record at Oldham remains a good one at this level and he was a touch unlucky to lose his job.
Sheridan resurfaced when he was given the task of managing Chesterfield as they looked for promotion from League Two. Sheridan duly obliged taking the Spireites up as Champions of League Two and into the third tier of English Football. That was a cracking achievement for Sheridan and he will be eager to continue that hard work by keeping them in League One for the long term.