Having taken over at Blackburn Rovers in November 2015, Paul Lambert will be aiming to bounce back from a disappointing managerial reign at Aston Villa, where the former Scottish international struggled to improve the Premier League outfit.
Handed his first managerial appointment in 2005 at Livingston, Lambert then had stints at Wycombe Wanderers, Colchester United and Norwich City, before heading to Villa Park for arguably his biggest test.
However, Lambert struggled in his time at Aston Villa and will now hope that he can bounce back in style at Ewood Park, as he aims to orchestrate Blackburn's return to the top flight.
I'm never quite sure how far to go with praising young kids because the next thing you will see him probably driving a Mercedes and he'll have his socks over his knees and four earrings in and a Walt Disney hat.
I have been living with pressure most of my life, with the clubs that I have been at. This is a huge club (Aston Villa). You should have pressure all the time with amount of people who come to watch it. You should have pressure on your shoulders anyway. It`s not something I am going to buckle under. I could hide from it as a player!
I have loved it (pressure) for years. Does it affect me? Not really. The players and fans are my main concern. They are the most important people.
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The Sack Race's Opinion
Paul Lambert showed at Norwich City that he has the ability to be a decent manager, but his torrid time at Aston Villa somewhat tarnished his CV, so he will be hoping to bounce back with aplomb at Blackburn Rovers.