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The experienced Tony Mowbray has been around the block in football management. Mowbray started life with a relatively successful stint with Hibernian, where he was named Scottish Writers' Manager of the Year, before heading South of the border.

Mowbray won the Championship title with West Brom but the Baggies finished bottom of the Premier League the following year, albeit the West Brom fans still wore Mowbray face masks on the final day of the season to show their support for the manager.

He moved to Celtic but lasted less than a year and he has since headed back to England, with Middlesbrough and then Coventry, before returning to the dugout with Blackburn Rovers in February 2017.

Managerial Career

TeamWDLWIN%
Blackburn Rovers1712944.7
Coventry City25252632.9
Middlesbrough61375539.9
Celtic2391351.1
West Bromwich Albion57325140.7
Hibernian52164048.1
Ipswich Town*11225
TOTAL23613219641.8

* Caretaker/Interim Manager

Tony Mowbray Quotes

We seem to want to score the perfect goal when I'd much rather see us get scruffy ones - a toe poke or a ricochet.


I still remember the excitement within our camp that we were going to be playing Inter Milan. Their squad was filled with names like Seedorf, Adriano, Vieri and Ronaldo.


The stuff that goes on in the Scottish game is suffocating at times.


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The Sack Race's Opinion

Tony Mowbray has enjoyed relative success during most of his managerial career but it must gnaw at him that it didn't quite work out at the biggest club on his CV - Celtic.

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