Steve Evans was appointed the new manager of League Two side Rotherham United in April 2012. In his first full season in charge he led them up to League One after finished in the second automatic promotion spot.
After having his playing career cut short due to injury, Steve Evans started off his managerial days at Non League club Stamford, where he would spend four seasons before resigning as boss.
He quickly found himself another job and was appointed manager of Boston United in October 1998. By 2000, Evans had already gained promotion to the Football Conference, before two years later managed to get the club into the Football League.
However, a cloud still hangs over those promotions as Evans was suspended from his managerial role in July 2002, before resigning a few months later, when still serving his suspension. He was later found guilty of contract irregularities by the FA and suspended for 20 months from the game.
Nevertheless, Evans was to return to Boston in 2004 for a few years, but decided to part company with the team in 2007 and was now a free agent again after resigning.
Two days later he was back in football management as Crawley Town came knocking and he has now become a success story at the Red Devils. Eventually clinching promotion to the Football League in the 2011-2012 season, Crawley Town are looking to go places and are certain to be challenging for promotion in the up-and-coming seasons under Evans.
He was appointed Rotherham manager in April 2012 and led them up to League One at the end of the 2012/13 season.