Time at Club:
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.
|Blackburn Rovers||121||55||35||31||45.5||22 Feb 2017 - Present|
|Coventry City||76||25||25||26||32.9||03 Mar 2015 - 29 Sep 2016|
|Middlesbrough||153||61||37||55||39.9||26 Oct 2010 - 21 Oct 2013|
|Celtic||45||23||9||13||51.1||08 Jun 2009 - 25 Mar 2010|
|West Bromwich Albion||140||57||32||51||40.7||18 Oct 2006 - 16 Jun 2009|
|Hibernian||108||52||16||40||48.1||24 May 2004 - 13 Oct 2006|
|Ipswich Town*||4||1||1||2||25||11 Oct 2002 - 28 Oct 2002|