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Norwich City F.C. Managers: Bryan Gunn, Martin ONeill, Gary Megson, Glenn Roeder, Bruce Rioch, List of Norwich City F.C. Managers

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Published September 4th 2011
ISBN : 9781155845579
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36 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Bryan Gunn, Martin ONeill, Gary Megson, Glenn Roeder, Bruce Rioch, List of Norwich City F.C.MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Bryan Gunn, Martin ONeill, Gary Megson, Glenn Roeder, Bruce Rioch, List of Norwich City F.C. managers, Frank Buckley, Nigel Worthington, Paul Lambert, John Deehan, Ron Saunders, John Bond, Tom Parker, Peter Grant, Jim Duffy, George Swindin, Ken Brown, Bryan Hamilton, Mike Walker, Norman Low, Archie Macaulay, Cyril Spiers, Bert Gosnell, James McEwen, John Bowman, Martin Hunter, Dave Stringer, Ron Ashman, Paul Franklin, Duggie Lochhead, Charles OHagan, Lol Morgan, Bob Young, Bert Stansfield, James Kerr, Arthur Turner, Jimmy Jewell. Excerpt: Bryan James Gunn (born 22 December 1963 in Thurso) is a Scottish former professional goalkeeper and football manager. After learning his trade with Aberdeen in the early 1980s, he spent most of his playing career at Norwich City, the club with which he came to be most closely associated. This was followed by a brief spell back in Scotland with Hibernian before his retirement as a player in 1998. Gunn feels the peak of his playing career was making what he calls the save of his life in the UEFA Cup match against Bayern Munich in 1993. This event was called the summit of Norwich Citys history by The Independent. He is one of only nine Norwich players to win the clubs Player of the Year award twice, and the only goalkeeper to do so. He was made an inaugural member of Norwich Citys Hall of Fame. He was a member of the Scotland national football team, making six appearances for his country in the early 1990s. Gunn worked for years behind the scenes at Norwich in a variety of roles, from matchday hosting to coaching. He was appointed temporary manager towards the end of the 2008-09 season and then confirmed as permanent manager during the summer. However, after a 7-1 home defeat in the opening game to local rivals Colchester United, he lost his job a week into the 2009-10 Football L...