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Nelly GTFC
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Full listing here >> [url=http://www.managerstats.co.uk/clubs/grimsby-town/l]http://www.managerstats.co.uk/clubs/grimsby-town/[/url]
Roughly correct, Paul Hurst stats seem incorrect, but win % near enough correct anyway. Rob Scott's correct.

                                                                                                                                             I've just added these to Wiki, these are correct less FA Trophy games.
                                                                                                                                            
[img]http://i.imgur.com/IggZwsd.png[/img][img]http://i.imgur.com/oZCerK9.png[/img]


Performance / Top Scorers / Assists / Discipline - Grimsby Town Statistics >> [url]http://www.espn.co.uk/soccer/team/stats/_/id/386[/url]
Form Over Last 10 Games - Grimsby Town >> [url]https://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/grimsby-town/form-guide/ten[/url]
Player Contracts - Grimsby Town >> [url]http://codalmighty.com/site/ca.php?article=4202[/url]
All info, links on football clubs inc Grimsby Town >> [url]https://fanbaselinks.net/[/url]
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it should be broken down to joint manager - sole manager
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The number of games informing the results ranges from 3 to 507. Assessing success or failure over only a few results is probably unfair. The more the games managed, the greater the accuracy of the win or loss percentages.  

Some managers also managed at a much higher level than we are now. There is no weighting for this.  Town were probably punching above our weight.

Bill Shankly is top of the table. There is one of his famous quotes about Grimsby "pound for pound, class for class, the best football team I ever managed".    I do not know if he inherited many of these good players or he bought them.  This makes a difference.  He will definitely have motivated them!

I think that Kenny Swain was managing Town when we went top of the Championship the day before England beat Germany 5-1.  He is shown 5th to bottom which is very harsh.  We were punching well above our weight that season.
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I think that Kenny Swain was managing Town when we went top of the Championship the day before England beat Germany 5-1.  He is shown 5th to bottom which is very harsh.  We were punching well above our weight that season.


Wasn't it Lennie Lawrence managing then?


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Quoted from mariner2000
it should be broken down to joint manager - sole manager


It's not going to make much difference though given one figure is 44% and the other 46%


'Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.  
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I think that Kenny Swain was managing Town when we went top of the Championship the day before England beat Germany 5-1.  He is shown 5th to bottom which is very harsh.  We were punching well above our weight that season.


He wasn't, but you're only over 3 years out  

This table isn't all that fair either, you have to consider the levels that some of these managers were managing at.

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Wasn't it Lennie Lawrence managing then?


Yes it WAS
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I did not add that Buckley and McMenemy also developed promotion winning teams that played good football.

I would like to say that about Hurst next season.    
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I did not add that Buckley and McMenemy also developed promotion winning teams that played good football.

I would like to say that about Hurst next season.    


Didn't take them as long either to get us promoted. To be fair to Hurst though, with only 2 going up and 1 automatic, it's more of a task in this league.
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A quick glance says Paul Hurst is just about our 5th longest serving manager
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