Stuart McCall

Stuart McCall is the manager of Scottish Championship side Rangers. McCall took over in March 2015, on a short-term deal until the end of the season, but was unable to lead his troops up to the SPL.

Manager History

McCall spent time learning the ropes at Bradford City and Sheffield United before being appointed manager of Bradford in 2007, leading them to a 10th place finish in League Two in his first season in charge. Despite leading the table at the start of the season Bradford failed to finish in the play-offs in the 2008/09 season which nearly led to McCall resigning. McCall left by mutual consent the following campaign.

In December 2010 he succeeded Craig Brown as manager of Motherwell. He made an instant impact, leading Motherwell to the final of the Scottish Cup and semi-finals of the League Cup, along with a 7th place league finish.

Job Security

After a fantastic start in charge of Motherwell McCall is in no danger of losing his job. Motherwell will be expected to finish in the top 3 for the third consecutive season, which would be a fantastic achievement for both club and manager.

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