Time at Club:
Southend United are managed by Sol Campbell who replaced Kevin Bond in October 2019.
As a club, Southend have sampled many highs and lows throughout their history, but one of their most notable achievements came in 2006 when they faced the mighty Manchester United in the League Cup.
After beating Leeds United in the previous round, they were in high spirits going into the game and a Manchester United side that included a plethora of internationals travelled to Roots Hall and were duly beaten by the Shrimpers in one of the biggest shocks in the history of the cup and was arguably the biggest win in the history of the club.
Now plying their trade back in League One, it is current manager Phil Brown's job to try to make them an established third-tier side. With a 22,000-seater stadium in the pipeline, fans will be ebullient about the Shrimpers embarking on a rise up the Football League ladder and with a manager, who has a whole host of league experience, the future could certainly be on the way up for Southend United.
A mixed set of recent results has seen Southend United collect wins versus Accrington Stanley & AFC Wimbledon while suffering adverse results at Bolton Wanderers, Bristol Rovers & Oxford United. Draws against Tranmere Rovers, AFC Wimbledon, Milton Keynes Dons, Rotherham United & Burton Albion has seen them show mid-table form at best.
|28 Jan||Doncaster Rovers||20:45||Southend United|
|01 Feb||Southend United||16:00||Lincoln City|
|08 Feb||Blackpool||16:00||Southend United|
|11 Feb||Peterborough United||20:45||Southend United|
|15 Feb||Southend United||16:00||Coventry City|
|22 Feb||Southend United||16:00||Burton Albion|