THE MANAGERS

 

From Hugh Shaw to Neil Lennon - know more about Hibernian's managers.

Here is a comprehensive collection of managers to have sat in the Hibee hotseat.

DAN MCMICHAEL

1900 - 1903 & 1904 - 1919
(598 games as manager)

Dan McMichael is the only manager to have taken charge of Hibernian in two separate spells, being the first manager of the club from 1900-03 and then returning in 1904 after Phil Kelso left for Woolwich Arsenal.

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PHIL KELSO

1903 - 1904
(28 games as manager)

Manager of Hibernian for one season, Phil Kelso moved on to newly promoted Woolwich Arsenal in 1904.

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WILLIE MCCARTNEY

1936 - 1948
(484 games as manager)

Described at the time, along with Harry Swan and Hugh Shaw, as one of the architects of the modern Hibernian, manager Willie McCartney joined the club in the summer of 1936.

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HUGH SHAW

1948 - 1961
(604 games as manager)

After a short spell as manager at Elgin, Hugh Shaw returned to his former stomping ground, Easter Road, as a trainer in 1935 before undertaking the manager's role.

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EDDIE TURNBULL

1971 - 1980
(454 games as manager)

Perhaps not the most successful Hibernian manager ever but possibly the best, Eddie Turnbull would orchestrate one of the greatest ever Hibernian sides.

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FRANCK SAUZÉE

2001 - 2002
(15 games as manager)

Franck Sauzée would only win one game during his fleeting 69-day reign in the dugout at Easter Road.

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TERRY BUTCHER

2013 - 2014
(29 games as manager)

Regarded as a very optimistic appointment amongst the Hibernian support, Butcher's reign ended in bitter disapppointment after a succession of defeats consigned the club to relegation from the top flight.

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ALAN STUBBS

2014 - 2016
(100 games as manager)

Alan Stubbs was appointed Head Coach of Hibernian in June 2014, taking over the reigns at a difficult time following the club's relegation from the Scottish Premiership in the previous month.

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NEIL LENNON

2016 - present

Following his appointment, Neil Lennon gave himself the target of Scottish Premiership promotion in his debut season in charge.

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