Former City currency trader Mark Warburton has enjoyed a cracking few seasons since entering the managerial arena, steering first club Brentford up the Championship - and then into the play-offs - while he led Rangers back into the SPL, only to leave in February 2017.
Warburton took charge of Brentford in December 2013, following the departure of Uwe Rosler, in what was his first foray into football management.
The former Enfield defender then became the first Bees boss to win his opening four (extended to six) games in charge, and went on to enjoy a stunning 19 league game unbeaten streak.
Come the end of the campaign Warburton had led his new troops to promotion up to the Championship after securing 2nd spot in League One.
The momentum overlapped into the 2014/15 campaign, with Brentford finishing in the play-offs, although they then lost out to Middlesbrough, before controversially leaving in the summer, something the whole footballing community had known about since a leak in February.