Complete Guess - Martin O'Neill
David O LearyDavid Oleary is not currently a premiership manager.Is the answer not Mark Hughes
is it not Steve Bruce
Not Mark Hughes, he didn't make his debut until 1983....Steve Bruce made his first FA Cup appearance in 1980 for Gillingham.....My guess would have been Brian Talbot but he isn't a PL manager. so I dunno...
Sorry but there isn't one
David O'Leary played in the 79,80 & 93 FA Cup Finals for Arsenal
Nicolas Anelka- Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers, Chelsea
i think 38 games are played in the premiership
There is no player that has played for every premiership club.
Owen Coyle,he played Gaelic football for his home county of Donegal and now manages Burnley fc.
Michael Tuck (Hawthorn) 426 games He also holds the record for the most number of Grand Finals played in (Eleven) and for having played in the most number of premiership winning sides (Nine).
The first premiership in NRL was played in 1908.
hughes, Bruce, keane, southgate and david moyes they both played for Preston north end.
as far as I know it is 17 grand finals played
No,but they played in the "first division" in 1986. The first division was the highest league and the equivalent to the current premier league before its formation in 1992.
I can only think of Rooney. I know 3 ex Liverpool players who have won the premiership though, Paul Ince with Man Utd, Nicholas Anelka with Arsenal and Kenny Dalglish when he was Blackburn Rovers manager.
Yes. Oldham played in the premiership when it was founded in 1992, and had served in the final season of the First Division in 1991-92. They played in the premiership for 2 years and were relegated in 1993-94 season. Norwich sent them down!
Joe Torre played for the Braves, and later managed them.
The 1970 finals is a classic match played between Brazil and Italy.
In the 1998 NBA finals 62 games were played.