Table of Contents
- 1 How old is Michael Duff?
- 2 Who did Michael Duff play for?
- 3 Who is the chairman of Cheltenham FC?
- 4 Is Cheltenham Town a professional?
- 5 Who is the manager of Crewe Alexandra?
- 6 What division is Cheltenham Town?
- 7 Who is Andy Wilcox?
- 8 Is Cheltenham Posh?
- 9 Why are Cheltenham Town called the Robins?
- 10 Who is Doncaster Rovers manager?
- 11 Who owns Crewe Alex?
- 12 Which league is Bristol Rovers?
- 13 Who is new Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff?
- 14 What happened to Cheltenham Town football club?
- 15 Why did Steve Allen leave Cheltenham?
- 16 What happened to John Ward at Cheltenham?
How old is Michael Duff?
43 years (January 11, 1978)
Who did Michael Duff play for?
Cheltenham Town F.C.manager
Michael Duff/Current teams
Michael James Duff (born 11 January 1978) is a Northern Irish professional football manager and former player. In a career spanning from 1995 to 2016, in which he made over 700 appearances, he played as a defender for Carterton Town, Cheltenham Town, Cirencester Town (on loan) and Burnley.
Who is the chairman of Cheltenham FC?
David Bloxham has been appointed as the new Chairman of Cheltenham Town Football Club. He takes on the chairmanship having been invited by the Board of Directors to step up from his role as Vice-Chairman, a position he has held since April 2017.
Is Cheltenham Town a professional?
Cheltenham Town Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Nicknamed the “Robins”, they have played at Whaddon Road since 1932.
Who is the manager of Crewe Alexandra?
Crewe Alexandra F.C./Managers
Crewe Alexandra announced David Artell on January 8th 2017 as their new manager after Steve Davis was relieved of his duties. Artell took control of the first-team with immediate effect. As a former defender with Crewe Alexandra, Artell made 82 appearances, scoring six goals.
What division is Cheltenham Town?
EFL League Two
Cheltenham Town F.C./Leagues
Who is Andy Wilcox?
Andy Wilcox Wilcox – Managing Director – LCI-LTD / VOID CONCRETE LTD.
Is Cheltenham Posh?
Cheltenham has over time, gone from a place with a clear middle and lower class, to a tacky town.. The council estates kept to themselves and the posh places kept to themselves. But over time things have come to make a tacky town. The designer stores became poundworlds.
Why are Cheltenham Town called the Robins?
The early 1930’s were a time of immense importance in the club’s history. In 1932 the club (which had now switched from ruby shirts to red and white shirts, gaining the nickname “the Robins”) moved to their current home at Whaddon Road.
Who is Doncaster Rovers manager?
Doncaster Rovers F.C.
|Full name||Doncaster Rovers Football Club|
|Manager||Gary McSheffrey (caretaker)|
|League||EFL League One|
|2020–21||EFL League One, 14th of 24|
Who owns Crewe Alex?
Crewe Alexandra Group Limited
Crewe Alexandra Football Club Company Limited is a wholly owned (100%) subsidiary of Crewe Alexandra Group Limited. Individuals with a beneficial interest of more than 10% are R J Rowlinson (Alexandra Securities) 18.47% and C H Grant 11.74%.
Which league is Bristol Rovers?
EFL League One
Bristol Rovers F.C./Leagues
Who is new Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff?
It’s been the worst kept secret in football but we can now make the official announcement: Michael Duff is the new manager of Cheltenham Town. The 40-year old former Northern Ireland international defender will start work with the Robins tomorrow having brought to an end a 14-year career with Burnley Football Club as a player then coach.
What happened to Cheltenham Town football club?
In 1998–99, Cheltenham secured the Conference title and entry to the Football League. After two mid-table finishes in Division Three, Cheltenham finally won promotion to Division Two (via the Division Three playoffs) at the end of the 2001–02 season. Shortly after winning promotion, Cotterill left Cheltenham to join Stoke City as their manager.
Why did Steve Allen leave Cheltenham?
Allen was formally cleared of misconduct but still left the club by mutual consent in early December. Former Cheltenham captain and Kidderminster boss Mark Yates was appointed manager on 22 December 2009.
What happened to John Ward at Cheltenham?
Following Cheltenham’s 3–0 defeat to Port Vale, manager John Ward announced he had agreed a four-year contract with League One side Carlisle United. A highlight of the season was winning twice against Leeds United.