Glenn Roeder Factfile
Glenn Roeder Factfile Age: 51Born: Woodford, Essex.Playing career: Leyton Orient (74-78), QPR (78-84), Newcastle (84-89), Watford (89-92), Gillingham (92 player-manager).
Glenn Roeder Factfile
Born: Woodford, Essex.
Playing career: Leyton Orient (74-78), QPR (78-84), Newcastle (84-89), Watford (89-92), Gillingham (92 player-manager).
1992-93: Sacked by Gillingham after losing 22 of 35 games in charge, narrowly escaping relegation.
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1993-96: Almost takes Watford to the play-offs in his second season, but sacked after a poor third season saw the Hornets near the foot of the table.
1997-98: Assistant to Chris Waddle at Burnley, left when Waddle resigned.
1999-01: Coach at West Ham.
2001/02: Takes over as West Ham manager after Harry Redknapp's departure, leading the Hammers to seventh place in his first season.
2002/03: Taken to hospital for tests after being taken ill following a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough and is out for over a month following brain surgery. West Ham are eventually relegated that season.
2003: Released from his contract following a poor three game start in Division One.
June 2005: Following nearly two years out of the game Roeder is appointed Academy manager at Newcastle.
February 2006: Takes over as temporary first-team manager at Newcastle following the sacking of Graeme Souness.
May 2006: Appointed full-time manager after a seventh place finish and subsequent Intertoto Cup success qualifies them for the UEFA Cup.
2007: Newcastle crash out of the UEFA Cup on away goals to Holland's AZ Alkmaar leading to Roeder resigning on May 6.