player-manager


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player-manager

n
(General Sporting Terms) a player who plays in a sports team and also manages it
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FORMER Southport player-manager Paul Futcher has died aged 60.
Albion Rovers player-manager Darren Young has Kyle Turnbull back from suspension against managerless Forfar but Josh Mullin, John Gemmell and Andrew Barrowman all face fitness tests.
RYAN GIGGS looked physically and emotionally drained at the end of the television documentary about his four-game stint as player-manager of Manchester United.
Morrell, who resigned as the Dragons' player-manager last month, has agreed to be Mike Jackson's righthand man until the end of the season.
Player-manager Gary Hamilton, a second-half replacement for David Rainey, levelled things up on the hour mark with a deft finish.
PRESTATYN TOWN have appointed veteran midfielder GARETH WILSON as their new assistant player-manager.
However, it is the heroics of player-manager Gibson which are standing out at the moment.
Player-manager Garry Shephard, his players and Merthyr fans were simply happy to be home after a season down the A470 at Taffs Well.
He also gained the trust of Senators owner Clark Griffith, which meant that he was not only named player-manager at age twenty-six, but later was married to Griffith's niece.
The Overheads' represents the Bahrain-based DHL regional office, with player-manager Paul Bicknell at the helm.
Johnson played for Charlton until 1953, when he became player-manager of Bexleyheath and Welling.
The 37-year-old Wycome Wanderers boss insisted there was no chance he would become a player-manager again and said: "I don't miss it one bit.