Keith Hill is out of work after losing his job at Rochdale in March 2019. At the time of writing, he was the third longest serving manager in the Football League.
After a successful playing career, Keith Hill immediately joined up with Rochdale's coaching staff, where he was appointed Director of Youth. Having made over 150 appearances for the Dale it was no surprise that Hill wanted to embark on his managerial career at a club he knew well.
Hill's big break into management came in December 2006, when he was appointed caretaker-manager of the club, following the sacking of Steve Parkin. After a fairly successful time as caretaker, Hill was handed the job outright at the turn of the year.
As Hlll continued to blossom at Spotland, his success caught the eye of Barnsley and he was lured away from Rochdale in June 2011, where he signed for the Yorkshire club as manager.
However, he was sacked at the end of 2012, and made an immediate return to former club Rochdale in January 2013, with the club finishing 12th at the end of the season. The following campaign was a very successful one with Hill leading Dale up to League One.
|Rochdale||339||134||82||123||39.5||22 Jan 2013 - 04 Mar 2019|
|Barnsley||75||19||15||41||25.3||01 Jun 2011 - 29 Dec 2012|
|Rochdale||231||101||59||71||43.7||16 Dec 2006 - 01 Jun 2011|