man manager

man manager

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person who manages personnel in the manner specified: a successful man manager.
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manager who's rising from apprentice to tactically-sound forwardthinking man manager sticks to guns.
Mourinho was also a skilled organiser, known for planning training sessions and offering tactical advice and opposition analysis, while Robson was the man manager.
MIRACLE MAN Manager Moffat's worked wonders Spirit, organisation, desire and talent have driven us to the point where we are a win away from joining Auchinleck, Pollok and Beith in the top tier.
Stubbs was the "standout candidate", according to chief executive Tony Fitzpatrick, who added: "He's a fantastic coach, great man manager. He's also got a great presence and I think he will be successful here."
"As a man manager I think you would struggle to find someone who played for him who didn't love him.
STEPHEN KENNY has been hailed as a miraculous man manager by one of his former players.
Stubbs said: "He's got great experience, he's obviously a good man manager. It tells you about the ambitions of the club and I'm sure Hibs will be talking to other high-profile people."
And he is obviously a good man manager, otherwise Burton wouldn't be hitting their current heights.
"Brendan is a fantastic man manager, he puts a lot of time and effort into every player in the squad.
He is a great man manager. My best times at Celtic were with him and I like to think I gave him back a lot.