11 Facts About Steve McClaren

1. As of 2006, Steve McClaren lived in the town of Yarm in Stockton-on-Tees.

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2. On 18 May 2018, Steve McClaren was appointed as the new manager of Championship club Queens Park Rangers on a two-year contract, replacing Ian Holloway, who was sacked by the club a week previously after a poor run of results in their previous league campaign.

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3. On 10 June 2015, Steve McClaren was appointed as the replacement for caretaker manager John Carver as head coach of Premier League side Newcastle United.

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4. On 2 July 2013, Steve McClaren became part of Harry Redknapp's coaching staff at Queens Park Rangers in the Championship after agreeing a short-term, three-month deal.

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5. On 5 January 2012, Twente confirmed that Steve McClaren has been appointed as the club's manager for the second time.

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6. At the end of the season, Steve McClaren was awarded the Rinus Michels Award for Dutch manager of the season.

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7. In May 2008, Steve McClaren was linked with a return to football as manager of the Dutch side Twente.

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8. In April 2008, the BBC announced Steve McClaren would join them as a pundit for Euro 2008, working as analyst and co-commentator for BBC Radio 5 Live, alongside Alan Green, one of his harshest critics as England manager.

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9. In May 2008, Steve McClaren had a brief spell coaching then League Two side Darlington, assisting his former Derby County and Oxford United teammate Dave Penney.

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10. In October 2000, Steve McClaren was made a coach in the England national team by caretaker-manager Peter Taylor.

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11. On 10 June 2015, Steve McClaren was appointed as head coach of Newcastle United on a three-year deal, and was sacked on 11 March 2016.

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