7 Facts About Paul Sturrock

1. On 8 March 2018, Paul Sturrock renewed his involvement with Dundee United when he was appointed as the club's chief scout in England.

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2. On 10 December 2009, Paul Sturrock was removed as Plymouth Argyle manager and put into a business support role by chairman Sir Roy Gardner.

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3. On 27 November 2007, Paul Sturrock resigned his post as Swindon Town manager after just over a year with the club to rejoin previous club Plymouth Argyle.

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4. In October 2003, Paul Sturrock had successfully taken Argyle back to the top of the Football League Second Division and left when Plymouth had just 12 games to play in what would prove to be another season when they would finish as divisional champions and return to the Football League Championship, formerly known as the First Division.

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5. In September 1998 Paul Sturrock was appointed manager at Dundee United.

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6. In 1993, Paul Sturrock became the manager of First Division team St Johnstone, having been recommended by the outgoing manager, John McClelland.

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7. Since 2000, Paul Sturrock has worked as a manager in English football, initially with Plymouth Argyle where he helped the club to win two promotions before moving on to a brief spell with Southampton.

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