Steve McClaren is back in the job centre after losing his job at Derby County, a club he previously managed between 2013 and 2015, for a second time.
The former England managed has had a varied career in the dugout, managing in England, Germany, and Holland, to varying degrees of success.
Highlights include leading FC Twente to the dutch title for the first time in the club's history, and hoisted the League Cup with Middlesbrough. On the other side of the pendulum McClaren infamously failed to lead England through to Euro 2008, while he endured disappointing spells in charge of the likes of Wolfsburg, Nottingham Forest, and Newcastle.
I don't read the papers, I don't gamble, I don't even know what day it is!
As I said on the night, it felt like I'd let the nation down. That's what I'ÃÂÃÂve had to live with. That's the hardest thing. Nothing elseÃÂÃÂ like 'The wally with the brolly.' The disappointment will not go away and that still hurts, but you have to get on with life and football.
I'll tell you something. I won't be taking a bloody brolly.
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The Sack Race's Opinion
Steve McClaren had once been one of England's most promising managers and he earned great respect for his title-winning stint in the Netherlands but success has been hard to come by since then.