Top 10 Longest Serving Managers in English Football
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In Football every Football needs a manager to make tactical decisions before and during the game even to keep the players ready for the next and future games. Please note that we are only interested in English Football at the moment, but also look out for the Longest Serving Managers in Football History.
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10. Dave Jones – 6 Years – Cardiff City
Dave Jones starts the list of the Top 10 Longest Serving Managers in English Football with his 6 years spent at Cardiff from 2005-2011. Dave Jones took charge of Cardiff as manager in 2005 and his first season in charge Cardiff finished a respectable 11th place in the Championship, in 2006 after a strong start to the season Cardiff were top of the Championship but their blistering form did not continue as they found themselves finishing 13th the following season.
At the start of the 2010/2011 Championship campaign, Cardiff started the season on high getting 4 wins out of 5 games which was amazing, by the end of October Cardiff only lost two games and Dave Jones was crowned manager of the month and their top scorer was crowned player of the month.
Cardiff went on to finish 4th behind arc rivals Swansea, they lost in the semi final play off to 5th placed Reading 3-0 on aggregate. On 30 May 2011 David Jones was sacked as manger of Cardiff.