Best League Finish
Notts have twice finished 3rd in what would now be called the Premier League:- 1890/91 (This was only the 3rd season of League Football) and 1900/01.
The highest finish in living memory was 15th in the top flight for two seasons running, the better points tally came in 1982/83.
Top of the top flight
Notts were last seen at the very top of the English pyramid after two games of season 1983/84.
Longest spell in the top flight
County enjoyed 16 consecutive seasons in the top flight from 1897/98 to the end of 1912/13.
Since then, Notts have twice managed 3 season stints at the very top, 1923/24 to 1925/26 and 1981/82 to 1983/84. There was also an odd season at the highest level in 1991/92.
Longest spell in the top two tiers
Notts spent the first 38 seasons of the Football League in the top two tiers before relegation to the 3rd tier came in 1930. Since then, the club's longest spell in the top two divisions was 12 seasons (mostly under manager Jimmy Sirrel) from 1973/74 to 1984/85.
Overall League Record
Seasons competed in the Football League (as of and including 2018/19) - 120
Seasons in the top flight - 30
Seasons in the 2nd tier - 37
Seasons in the 3rd tier - 34
Seasons in the 4th tier - 19
Notts have been promoted 13 times in all.....
From the 2nd tier
County have been crowned champions of the 2nd tier three times; 1896/97*, 1913/14 & 1922/23.
*Even though Notts won the league in 1896/97, they still had to take part in what were then called end of season "Test Matches" in which promotion and relegation issues were decided, Notts came top of a 4 team group to secure promotion to the top flight.
Notts finished runners-up to gain promotion to the top flight during Jimmy Sirrel's 2nd spell as Manager in 1980/81.
County won their 2nd successive Play Off final at Wembley Stadium in 1990/91 under manager Neil Warnock to earn an incredible double promotion to the Top Flight.
Notts were unsuccessful in an end of season "Test Match" in both 1893/94 and 1894/95, but - as mentioned earlier - County won promotion via a "Test Match" group in 1896/97. Test matches were abolished for 1898/99 and it was not until 1986/87 that the Play Offs were introduced.
From the 3rd tier
Notts were twice crowned champions of the 3rd Division South; 1930/31 & 1949/50, the latter being the highlight of the Tommy Lawton era with Meadow Lane crowds averaging over 35,000.
Jimmy Sirrel's first spell in charge at Notts saw the Magpies secure promotion on the final day of season 1972/73.
County won promotion in 1989/90 by winning their first ever Wembley final.
There have also been two unsuccessful play off campaigns at this level; Notts lost in a 3rd tier semi-final in 1987/88 and were losing 3rd tier finalists at Wembley in 1995/96.
From the 4th tier
Notts have been champions of the 4th tier on three occasions and all in record breaking style;
County were unbeaten at home and won 30 of their 46 matches under Jimmy Sirrel in 1970/71.
Notts won 10 consecutive league games (29 wins in 46 overall) during 1997/98 under Sam Allardyce.
The Magpies notched up a goal difference of +65 and kept 26 clean sheets with Kasper Schmeichel in goal in 2009/10.
Notts were promoted from the League's basement division in 1959/60 as runners up.
Notts have not been promoted via the play-offs from the 4th tier.
County have only once competed in the 4th tier play-offs, losing in the sem-finals to Coventry City in 2017/18.
The FA Cup
Notts County won the FA Cup in 1893/94, County were the first League club below the top flight to lift the trophy (having been relegated to the 2nd tier the previous season) and they won it by beating Bolton Wanderers 4-1 at Goodison Park, Jimmy Logan scored a hat-trick. This was also the first time the FA Cup had been won by a professional club outside of the North West or West Midlands.
Notts had also reached the final in 1890/91 but lost 3-1 to Blackburn Rovers.
County last reached the Semi-Finals in 1921/22, since then Notts have reached the Quarter-Finals three times; 1954/55, 1983/84 and 1990/91.
Notts last reached the 5th Round (last 16) in 2009/10.
For a list of all Notts' FA Cup results see here.
Notts have never got further than the Quarter Finals which have been reached three times; 1963/64, 1972/73 and 1975/76.
Other Cup Competitions
Notts lifted the Anglo-Italian Cup at Wembley after beating Ascoli 2-1 in season 1994/95 having been unsuccessful finalists the previous season.
The Anglo-Scottish Cup final was reached in 1980/81, this was a two leg home and away affair in which Notts met Chesterfield, but County lost 2-1 on aggregate.
County were one step away from reaching the Associate Members Cup* final at Wembley in seasons 1987/88 and 1989/90.
For a list of results in the Nottinghamshire F.A. County Cup see here.
*The Associate Members Cup is now referred to as The Football League Trophy but more commonly known by whoever happens to be sponsoring it.
Notts' Record Result
15-0 v Rotherham Town in a 1st Round FA Cup tie at Trent Bridge on 24th October 1885.
Notts record league victory is 11-1 v Newport County at Meadow Lane in a 3rd tier fixture on 15th January 1949 whilst the best away league win is 8-1 at Accrington on 12th October 1889.
The record victory in England is held by Preston North End who beat Hyde Utd 26-0 in an FA Cup tie in 1887, the record English League victory is 13-0 which has occurred twice, most recently in 1946 when Newcastle United beat Newport County. Arbroath beat Bon Accord 36-0 in a Scottish Cup match in 1885.
The last time the Magpies managed to score 8 goals in a match was way back in October 1961 when they won 8-1 against Newport County.
Notts last notched up 7 goals in a 7-2 victory over Shildon in the FA Cup 1st Round on November 9th 2003.
In the League, Notts haven't managed to notch up more than 5 goals since they beat Southend Utd 6-2 on 5th September 1987.
Notts biggest victory in a friendly match appears to be 17-0 against a Rolls Royce Leisure Select XI on 7th July 2018, prior to that Notts had recorded a 15-1 victory at Newquay on 26th July 2002.
County's best opening day victory was 5-0 at home to Bradford City on 8th August 2009 - This being the first competitive match following the arrival of Sven-Goran Eriksson.
The highest scoring draw involving Notts is 4-4 which has occurred several times, most recently at home to Bristol City on 27th November 1999.
Notts' Most Surprising Victories
Notts most startling win has to be the 1-0 victory at Aston Villa at the beginning of season 1981/82, Villa were the reigning English league champions who would go on to win the European Cup that season, whilst for Notts it was their first top flight fixture in 55 years. County also won the return match by the same score at Meadow Lane.
In the last 16 of the FA Cup in 1955, as a 2nd tier club the Magpies knocked out Chelsea who went on to be top flight champions that season. As a 4th tier club Notts have twice knocked out top flight opposition in this competition, Wigan Athletic in 2010 and Sunderland in 2011, both away from home.
In the League Cup, and in the days when cup competitions were taken far more seriously, as a 3rd tier club Notts knocked out the holders Stoke City in 1972/73 to reach the Quarter-finals (City's line-up included England's 1966 World Cup final hat-trick Geoff Hurst).
Notts' Worst League Finish
Notts have twice finished 21st in the 4th tier in seasons 2005/06 and 2007/08. County needed a victory on the final day of the 2005/06 season to guarantee their Football League status, Notts only managed a draw with Bury but stayed up by virtue of favourable results elsewhere. Two years later Notts again finished 21st with less points, but on this occasion safety was secured with one fixture still remaining.
Bottom of the 4th tier
Notts were last seen at the foot of the 4th tier during the 2018/19 season.
Prior to that County were rock bottom after 9 games of 2004/05, Gary Mills was the manager at the time and was also sacked soon afterwards.You then have to go all the way back to September/early October of 1968/69.
Longest spell in the 4th tier
County suffered 7 consecutive seasons in the basement league from 1964/65 to 1970/71.
Longest spell in the lower divisions (3rd & 4th tier)
2018/19 will be Notts' 24th consecutive season in the lower leagues, this being easily County's longest spell in the bottom two divisions which began with season 1995/96.
Notts have been relegated 16 times in all.....
From the Top flight
County have surrendered their place amongst the elite on 6 occasions; 1892/93*, 1912/13, 1919/20, 1925/26, 1983/84 and 1991/92
*In 1892/93 (the first season in which clubs would be relegated to the newly created 2nd tier) Notts lost their top flight status after losing an end of season "Test Match".
From the 2nd tier
Notts have dropped into the lower leagues on 5 occasions; 1929/30, 1934/35, 1957/58, 1984/85 and 1994/95.
From the 3rd tier
Notts have been relegated to the basement division 5 times; 1958/59, 1963/64, 1996/97, 2003/04 and 2014/15.
Heaviest Notts defeat
Notts have lost 9-1 on three occasions:- At Aston Villa in only Notts' 3rd ever Football League fixture on 29th September 1888, then at Blackburn Rovers (also in a league match) on 16th November 1889 and at Portsmouth in the 2nd tier on 9th April 1927.
More recently 4th tier County lost 8-1 at top flight Swansea City in a televised FA Cup 4th round tie on 6th February 2018. In the league they went down 7-0 in a 3rd tier clash at Bury on 12th November 1960 and the most recent 6-0 league defeat was at Rotherham United on 1st March 2014.
The worst ever home defeat is 7-0 to Preston North End in an early Football League fixture on 3rd November 1888.
County's worst opening day defeat was a 6-0 reverse at Leeds United on the first day of 1953/54, but - despite further heavy defeats that season - Notts went on to comfortably avoid the drop (and beat Leeds in the return match at home).
Most Embarrassing Defeat
Notts have been knocked out of the FA Cup by non-league clubs on more occasions than anybody should care to remember. The most embarrassing of these would have to be the 3-1 home defeat to Rhyl on 5th January 1957 as Notts were a 2nd tier club at the time. Manager George Poyser, who'd taken County all the way to the Quarter-finals two years earlier, was sacked a few days later.
Most wins on the bounce - 10 during Notts 4th tier championship season of 1997/98 managed by Sam Allardyce, 6 of these were away.
The all time English league record is 18 achieved by Manchester City in season 2017/18, beating the previous record of 14.
Longest unbeaten run - 19
in 1930 - the Tom Keetley era, the run began with the final match of 1929/30
(a home draw with Oldham Athletic) and lasted into the December of 1930/31
(with defeat at Southend United). The run swells to 21 if you include cup
ties. Notts also set a record scoring sequence during this season (see
The all time League record is 49 set by Arsenal from May 2003-October 2004.
Most home wins on the bounce - 14
season 1959/60 in which Notts were promoted
from the 4th tier as runners-up.
The all time League record is 25 set by Bradford Park Avenue in 1926/27.
Consecutive home games unbeaten - 25 during Jimmy Sirrel's first spell as manager, the run included the whole of the 1970/71 season plus the last game of 1969/70 and the first of 1971/72.
Consecutive away games unbeaten - 19 which was also an unbeaten start on the road in the league for manager Keith Curle, these matches being the last seven trips of 2011/12 and the first twelve of 2012/13. The run stretched to 22 games with the inclusion of cup-ties, but the home form during this period was poor and 8 days after his first away defeat in a competitive match Curle was sacked.
Consecutive clean sheets - Notts last went 6 League games without conceding a goal during the latter stages of the 2009/10 season (one match in this sequence was a 0-0 draw). The 1970/71 team went 7 matches without conceding a goal if you include an FA Cup tie.
Consecutive games scored - 35 this has occurred twice:- most recently the final 32 matches of 1959/60 plus the first 3 of 1960/61. Perhaps the record should solely be credited to Notts of 1930/31 as this run can be topped up with 4 FA Cup ties making a total of 39, the sequence began on the final day of the 1929/30 season and ended 11 months later with a goalless draw at Northampton Town, Tom Keetley scored in 22 of these matches including 4 hat-tricks.
Winning start to the season - Notts' best start to a season is 4 successive wins, last achieved at the beginning of 1928/29.
Most defeats on the bounce - 10 in the 2016/17 season, at the end of which chairman Ray Trew sold the club. The run saw Notts drop from 6th to 22nd in the 4th tier.
Prior to that Notts lost 9 on the bounce in Ray Trew's first full season as chairman towards the end of the 2010/11 season.
Darwen lost 18 on the trot in the 2nd tier in season 1898/99.
Most games without a win - 20
in what must rank, purely in terms of results, as Notts worst ever season
Notts duly finished bottom of the 3rd tier with Manager Colin Murphy sacked
in the December.
Derby County hold the record number of league matches without a win, a 36 match winless run was recorded from 2007/08 into the early stages of 2008/09.
Most home games without a win - 13 this has happened twice, most recently the last 13 home matches of season 1979/80.
Most away games without a win - 29 Notts failed to win any of their last 20 away matches of season 1992/93 and none of their first 9 trips of 1993/94, the run ended with a victory at the 2nd tier champions to be, Crystal Palace.
Most games without scoring - 5
The last time this occurred was during the 2010/11
season, a run that forced the departure of manager Paul Ince.
The all time League record is 11 most recently suffered by Hartlepool Utd in 1992/93.
Losing start to the season - Notts lost their opening 5 league games of 1963/64 under player/manager Eddie Lowe, the season ended in relegation with County propping up the 3rd tier in last place. Lowe was kept on until the back end of the following campaign. In season 1912/13 Notts drew 1 and lost 8 of their opening 9 league fixtures.
Successive draws - 6 in the early stages of the 2008/09 season.
The all time League record is 8 which is held by several clubs.
Successive goalless draws - 3 this last happened in 1984/85.
Most games without a draw - 22
this record has occurred twice, most recently in season 1959/60.
League Season records
Most wins in a season - 30 in the 4th tier championship season of 1970/71.
The all time League record is 33 set by Doncaster Rovers in 1946/47.
Fewest defeats in a season - 5
in the 4th tier championship season of 1997/98.
Three clubs have remained unbeaten all season, but two of them achieved this when far fewer matches were played. Arsenal were unbeaten in 2003/04 having played 38 games.
Most goals scored in a season - 107
in season 1959/60.
The all time League record is 134 set by Peterborough United in 1960/61.
Fewest goals conceded in a season - 31
twice, most recently in 1924/25.
The all time League record is 15, most recently achieved by Chelsea in 2004/05.
Unbeaten at home -The 4th tier champions of 1970/71 avoided any home defeats winning 19 and drawing 4.
Most away wins - 15 in 1997/98.
Fewest wins in a season - 5 this happened twice in the early days of the Football League when fewer matches were played than in modern times, Notts won just 7 games out of 46 in season 1996/97.
Two clubs have only won 1 match all season, Derby County being the most recent in 2007/08.
Most defeats in a season - 28
season 1963/64 when Notts lost all but 3 of
their away games and finished bottom.
The all time League record is 34 suffered by Doncaster Rovers in season 1997/98.
Fewest goals scored in a season - 28
in 38 games in 1912/13, Notts managed only 33
goals in 46 games in 1996/97.
The all time League record is 18 set by Loughborough 1899/1900..
Most goals conceded in a season - 97
The all time League record is 141 set by Darwen in 1898/99.
Fewest wins at home - 1 in 1904/05.
Fewest away wins - 1 this has happened on no less than 6 occasions, most recently in 1977/78.
Most home defeats - 12 in 2014/15.
Most draws in a season - 18 in seasons 1968/69 and 2007/08.
The all time League record is 23, jointly held by four clubs.
Notts' Record Goal Scorers
Les Bradd scored 124 league goals (or 125 depending on which book you choose to refer to!) and a further 12 Cup goals for Notts having joined from Rotherham United in October 1967. Bradd eventually left for Stockport County in the summer of 1978.
Keetley (pictured left) is Notts' highest
league scorer in a single season scoring 39 league goals in 1930/31. In
terms of appearances, Keetley is also Notts most prolific scorer averaging
0.91 goals a game and holds the Notts record for the most hat-tricks, 10.
Season 2009/10 saw Lee
Hughes become the first Notts player to score
30 league goals in one league campaign since Tommy
Lawton bagged 31 in season 1949/50.
The all time record number of goals in a season is 60 set by Dixie Dean for Everton in 1927/28, Dean later had a short spell at Notts.
Harry Cursham notched up 48 (or is it 49?!) FA Cup goals in the 1880s, an all time record for any player regardless of club. He scored 6 times in the 11-1 replay at Wednesbury Strollers on 10th December 1881.
3 different players have managed to score 5 goals for Notts in a single league match, but this hasn't happened since 1927 when Bertie Mills netted 5 times in a 9-0 victory over Barnsley. The most recent player to score 4 goals for Notts in a competitive match was Paul Heffernan on 21st February 2004 in a 4-1 win over Stockport County.
Special mentions for Barrie
Jones who scored the fastest
Notts goal on record; just 6 seconds after
kick-off in a 2-0 win at home to Torquay United on March 31st 1962....
Scanlon who scored a hat-trick in the space
of 2 minutes and 45 seconds at home to Sheffield Wednesday in a 3-3 draw
on 16th November 1974 (the first goal
was a penalty scored on 57 minutes 15 seconds, followed by the 2nd on 59
minutes 10 seconds, whilst the 3rd was scored on exactly 60 minutes) ....
and Tommy Johnson
who scored in both of Notts' successful Wembley play off finals on 27th
May 1990 and 2nd June 1991, Johnson
netted twice in the latter to become the hero of a double promotion to
the top flight.
At Meadow Lane, 47,310 saw Notts lose 1-0 to York City in an FA Cup Quarter Final on 12th March 1955.
The highest league crowd at the Lane was 46,000 for the visit of Nottingham Forest on April 22nd 1950 - Jackie Sewell and Tommy Lawton were the scorers in a 2-0 win for Notts that secured promotion to the 2nd tier.
Since the re-building of Meadow Lane was completed in the summer of 1994, the best attendance is 17,615 for the visit of Coventry City in the 4th tier play-offs on 18th May 2018.
The best ever home average attendance is 35,176 for the 3rd tier championship season of 1949/50.
The biggest crowd Notts have played in front of is 61,003 at Liverpool in an FA Cup 4th Round tie on 29th January 1949, County lost 1-0. The biggest crowd for a regular Notts league fixture is 49,604 at Everton on 20th October 1951, which County won 5-1. The 2nd tier Play Off final at Wembley on 2nd June 1991 was watched by 59,940.
The lowest Meadow Lane league crowd is 1,927 for Notts v Chesterfield in the 4th tier on Saturday 2nd April 1966 (this was due to heavy snow which caused many other games in the Football League to be called off that day)*.
In cup competitions at Meadow Lane just 900 witnessed a FL Trophy cup tie at home to Leyton Orient on 3rd September 2007.
The lowest average home attendance recorded since accurate figures were required from 1925 onwards is 4,258 for season 1996/97 (this being a calamitous relegation to the 4th tier in which Notts finished rock bottom and set a club record of 20 league games without a win).
The lowest away attendance in a league match (since accurate figures were recorded from 1925) is 1,215 away to Accrington Stanley on Tuesday 23rd February 2016, Stanley occupied a 4th tier play-off place at the time. The lowest FA Cup attendance for a Notts match since the 1880's is 1,026, also at Accrington Stanley on Tuesday 18th November 2014 (Scotland v England was broadcast live on ITV that same night).
*An all-time low attendance for any normal scheduled League match at Trent Bridge was recorded as 200-300 for Notts County v. Crewe Alexandra in the 2nd tier on 17th February 1894, this being the only time a Trent Bridge fixture was estimated to have been watched by less than 1,000 (a typical Saturday attendance that season was watched by 5,000-6,000), such a pitiful turn out was due to extremely bad weather (It snowed heavily that weekend and the River Trent rose by 5 feet). Bad weather would also account for the low turn out for the top flight fixture v Preston NE on Wednesday 27th March 1901 which was estimated at 1,500.
Further details of Notts' attendance records can
be found here.
6ft 5in goalkeeping legend Albert
Iremonger made 564
League and 37
FA Cup appearances for Notts. Born in Yorkshire
in June 1884, Iremonger made his Notts debut at Sheffield Wednesday on
April fools day in 1905 having signed from local side Notts Jardines, he
spent 21 years with Notts setting an all time record of consecutive League
appearances (211) before making his last appearance at home to Huddersfield
Town at the age of 41, he then joined Lincoln City.
David Needham made 429 League and 42 Cup appearances (including those as substitute) in the late 1960s and 1970s.
Oldest & Youngest
The oldest player to turn out for the Maggies was Albert Iremonger who was 41 years and 320 days v Huddersfield Town on 1st May 1926. Next oldest is Bill Corkhill - 41 years and 142 days v Barnsley on 12th September 1951.
The Youngest player to
play competitive first-team action for Notts is Jermaine
Pennant who was still 13
days short of his 16th birthday when he came
on as a substitute in the FA Cup tie at Sheffield United on 2nd
January 1999, Pennant had earlier come on as a sub in a FL Trophy cup
tie at home to Hull City on 22nd December
1998, sadly he was snapped up by Arsenal before he could make his League
Next youngest is Tony Bircumshaw who made his debut v Brentford on April 3rd 1961 at 16 years and 54 days.
Notts have been involved in 14 penalty shoot-outs at competitive level, winning 7 and losing 7.
Play Offs - 0
FA Cup - 1
15/Dec/1998 - Won 4-2 on pens at Wigan Athletic
League Cup -
14/Aug/2018 - Lost 3-4 on pens at Middlesbrough
08/Aug/2017 - Lost 6-7 on pens at Scunthorpe United *The only shoot out involving Notts to use the ABBA system
09/Aug/2011 - Lost 3-4 on pens at Nottingham Forest
12/Aug/2003 - Won 7-6 on pens at Preston North End
Minor Cup Competitions
08/Oct/2013 Football League Trophy - Won at Wolverhampton W.
06/Oct/2009 Football League Trophy - Lost at Bradford City
15/Oct/2003 Football League Trophy - Lost at home to Barnsley
28/Jan/1997 Football League Trophy - Lost at Scunthorpe Utd
31/Jan/1995 Anglo-Italian - Won at Stoke City to reach the final
16/Feb/1994 Anglo-Italian - Won at home to Southend Utd to reach the final
22/Oct/1991 Full Members Cup - Won at Sheffield United
11/Dec/1990 Full Members Cup - Lost at home to Sunderland
21/Feb/1990 Associate Members Cup - Won at Hereford Utd
Notts also took part in several shoot-out's in the County Cup.
County v Morecambe [League], 10 mins (Rain) - drawing 0-0
05/Feb/2011 Tranmere Rovers v Notts County [League], 53 mins (Rain) - Notts winning 1-0 (Gow)
02/Nov/2010 Hartlepool United v Notts County [League], 3 mins (Rain) - drawing 0-0
03/Nov/2002 Bristol City v Notts County [League], 49 mins (Rain) - winning 1-0 (Heffernan)
25/Apr/2001 Notts County v Wycombe Wanderers, 6 mins (Rain) - drawing 0-0
17/Jan/2001 Notts County v Wimbledon [FA Cup], 51 mins (Fog) - drawing 1-1 (Liburd)
11/Dec/1976 Notts County v Burnley [League], 45 mins (Frost) - drawing 0-0
28/Dec/1965 Notts County v Tranmere Rovers [League], 14 mins (Fog) - drawing 0-0
25/Mar/1965 Notts County v Millwall [League], 45 mins (Rain) - losing 1-2 (Pace)
03/Dec/1960 Notts County v Halifax Town [League], 45 mins (Rain) - losing 0-2
New league ground locations that
Notts have yet to visit (nor scheduled to visit this season)
As of May 2018.....
Arsenal - Moved to Ashburton
Grove in 2006
Bolton Wanderers - Moved to Burnden Way, Horwich in 1997
Brighton & Hove Albion - Moved to Falmer Stadium in 2011
Cardiff City - Moved to Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd in 2009
Derby County - Moved to Pride Park in 1997
Hull City - Moved to The Circle in 2002
Leicester City ** - Moved to Filbert Way in 2002
West Ham United - Moved to London Stadium (formerly Olympic Stadium) in 2016
*Many of these grounds are currently re-named under sponsorship
**Notts did play a friendly at Leicester's new ground in 2007
***Notts have visited the former league ground of all the above teams who have played at a different venue whilst members of The Football League.
league records (3 points for a win era)
The following list includes full-time managers only (not caretakers), colour coded to show the highest level they managed Notts at.
The +/- league position columns shows how many places above or below Notts were from the day the manager had taken over to the day he left.
Stats do not include play offs or cup ties.
* Jimmy Sirrel & Howard Wilkinson's
stats only include the two seasons in the top flight when it was 3 points
for a win.
** Gary Brazil and David Kevan both had two short spells in charge, each of their stats have been combined
Blue=top flight, Orange=2nd tier, Green=3rd tier, Purple=4th tier
Av. pts +/-
Lge game Lge game Pld W D L Pts per game Lge pos
Sep 2018 - Nov 2018 Harry Kewell 11 3 4 4 13 1.18 +2
Jan 2017 - Aug 2018 Kevin Nolan 72 31 19 22 112 1.56 -2
May 2016 - Jan 2017 John Sheridan 24 6 4 14 22 0.92 -5
Mar 2016 - May 2016 Mark Cooper 10 3 2 5 11 1.10 +2
Jan 2016 - Mar 2016 Jamie Fullarton 12 3 1 8 10 0.83 -1
Apr 2015 - Dec 2015 Ricardo Moniz 29 9 8 12 35 1.21 -17
Nov 2013 - Mar 2015 Shaun Derry 68 23 13 32 82 1.21 +4
Feb 2013 - Oct 2013 Chris Kiwomya 30 7 8 15 29 0.97 -14
Feb 2012 - Feb 2013 Keith Curle 45 21 13 11 76 1.69 +1
Apr 2011 - Feb 2012 Martin Allen 37 13 9 15 48 1.30 +10
Oct 2010 - Apr 2011 Paul Ince 24 7 5 12 26 1.08 -3
Aug 2010 - Oct 2010 Craig Short 13 5 1 7 16 1.23 n/a
Feb 2010 - May 2010 Steve Cotterill 18 14 3 1 45 2.50 +6
Oct 2009 - Feb 2010 David Kevan ** 9 5 3 1 18 2.00 0
Oct 2009 - Dec 2009 Hans Backe 7 2 3 2 9 1.29 -2
Oct 2007 - Oct 2009 Ian McParland 93 25 30 38 105 1.13 +14
Aug 2006 - Oct 2007 Steve Thompson 57 18 19 20 73 1.28 +2
Aug 2005 - May 2006 Gudjon Thordarsson 46 12 16 18 52 1.13 -2
Nov 2004 - May 2005 Ian Richardson 30 9 8 13 35 1.17 +2
Jan 2004 - Nov 2004 Gary Mills 37 9 11 17 38 1.03 -22
Jan 2002 - Jan 2004 Billy Dearden 92 26 25 41 103 1.12 -2
Aug 2000 - Oct 2001 Jocky Scott 57 23 15 19 84 1.48 -6
Oct 1999 - Jan 2002 Gary Brazil ** 50 13 14 23 53 1.06 -13
Jan 1997 - Oct 1999 Sam Allardyce 123 51 32 40 185 1.50 +21
Aug 1995 - Dec 1996 Murphy & Thompson 69 26 21 22 99 1.43 n/a
Jan 1995 - Apr 1995 Howard Kendall 14 4 4 6 16 1.14 0
Sep 1994 - Dec 1994 Russell Slade 18 3 4 11 13 0.72 -2
Jan 1993 - Sep 1994 Mick Walker 75 29 18 28 105 1.40 +2
Jan 1989 - Jan 1993 Neil Warnock 182 75 46 61 271 1.49 +20
Aug 1987 - Nov 1988 John Barnwell 62 25 20 17 95 1.53 -13
Apr 1985 - May 1987 J. Sirrel (3rd spell) 97 43 28 26 157 1.62 -8
Nov 1984 - Apr 1985 Richie Barker 24 5 5 14 20 0.83 0
Aug 1983 - Oct 1984 Larry Lloyd 53 12 11 30 47 0.89 -29
Aug 1981 - May 1983 Sirrel & Wilkinson * 84 28 15 41 99 1.18 n/a