Stuart McCall

Where is Stuart McCall now?

A Bradford City legend, Stuart McCall spent 10 years at Valley Parade in two seperate spells.

He retired from playing whilst at Sheffield United in 2005 just a few weeks from his 41st birthday amassing over 750 career appearances.

McCall stayed on at Sheffield United as assistant to then manager Neil Warnock with whom he learnt the managerial ropes. When Warnock was sacked, McCall was overlooked for the manager’s job and left the club after five years of service.

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In June 2007, Stuart McCall was appointed manager of Bradford City and spent three years at the club before leaving by mutual consent.

After a short while out of the game and a brief spell as a scout for Norwich City, McCall was appointed manager of Motherwell in the SPL in 2010.

He won the 2013 Clydesdale Scottish Premier League Manager of the Year. In 2013 it was also announced that Stuart McCall would join the Scotland national team backroom team.

McCall resigned from Motherwell in November 2014 after two wins in 12 games left his side second bottom of the league.

In March 2015, Stuart McCall was appointed manager of his former club Rangers until the end of the season.

Although, McCall managed a third place finish at the end of the season, his Rangers side were beaten 6-1 aggregate in the play-offs by his former side Motherwell.

Despite McCall reckoning that he had done ‘a decent job’ at Rangers, he was replaced at the end of the season by former Brentford manager Mark Warburton who achieved promotion to the Scottish Premiership in his first season

In June 2016, Stuart McCall was back in football management when he returned to his former side Bradford City as their new manager.

He subsequently stepped down from his role as assistant coach with Gordon Strachan’s Scotland national side.

A successful first season saw McCall’s Bradford side reach the League One play-off final at Wembley where they narrowly lost 1-0 to Millwall.

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