33 Facts About Stuart McCall

1. Stuart McCall has revealed that both Jordan Clarke and Levi Sutton face up to six weeks on the sidelines with injury.

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2. Stuart McCall hailed Scunthorpe's "desire and commitment" as his side booked themselves a place in the second round of the FA Cup at the expense of League One rivals Burton.

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3. Stuart McCall knows there is still so much work to do to solve Scunthorpe United's defensive crisis.

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4. Stuart McCall was appointed manager of League One club Scunthorpe United on 27 August 2018.

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5. Stuart McCall gave up his coaching role with the Scottish national team.

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6. Stuart McCall returned for a second stint as manager of Bradford City on 20 June 2016, replacing Phil Parkinson.

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7. In April 2013, Stuart McCall was awarded March's SPL manager of month for helping the club win three and draw one of their games during the month.

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8. On 28 March 2013, Stuart McCall signed a new two-year contract with Motherwell.

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9. On 24 January 2013, it was announced Stuart McCall would join the backroom staff of new Scotland national football team manager Gordon Strachan.

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10. Stuart McCall attempted to sign the returning James McFadden and Ryan Stevenson, but both were unsuccessful.

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11. Stuart McCall was partly selected as new manager because of his knowledge of the lower leagues of English football; he was active in the transfer market in his early days, bringing in Steve Jones—a player he had at Bradford—and Mike Grella from Leeds United, although the latter move was cancelled because of a FIFA ruling limiting the number of clubs a player can sign for in one season.

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12. Stuart McCall signed a new contract in February, which extended his deal by another two years and would have kept him at the club until 2011.

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13. Stuart McCall recorded his first win as a manager against Wrexham on 25 August 2007 after substitute Luke Medley scored a late winner, but despite his pre-season target his team spent much of the first half of the season in the bottom half of the table.

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14. Stuart McCall set himself a target of earning promotion back to League One in his first season.

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15. On 22 May 2007, it was announced Stuart McCall would become manager of the club where he started his career, and on 1 June 2007 he assumed the position.

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16. In July 2000, Stuart McCall accepted his first coaching role, when he was appointed assistant manager to Chris Hutchings at Bradford City, after Hutchings was promoted from the role to replace Paul Jewell as City manager.

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17. Stuart McCall played just two qualifying games for the 1998 World Cup and his last cap came in a friendly against Denmark on 25 March 1998, as he was overlooked for the final squad for the finals in France along with team-mate Ally McCoist.

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18. Stuart McCall made one more appearance for Scotland under 21s, against France in 1990.

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19. Stuart McCall was picked for England and Scotland under-21 sides on the same day in 1984, and chose to join the England under-21 squad for their game against Turkey.

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20. On 2 July 2002 Stuart McCall joined Sheffield United, where he played an integral part in their first-team side, despite being 38, and coached the reserves to the league title.

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21. Stuart McCall stayed on for one more season before he was released by manager Nicky Law in May 2002, shortly before the club went into administration for the first time after finishing 15th in Division One.

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22. In February 2008, Stuart McCall became the 71st inductee into the Rangers hall of fame.

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23. In the summer of 1991, Stuart McCall signed for Scottish club Rangers for £1.2 million.

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24. Stuart McCall made a second appearance in an Everton shirt at Valley Parade, when he was invited by former teammate Mark Ellis to bring a side for his testimonial.

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25. Stuart McCall became club captain in November 1986, aged just 21, after Peter Jackson moved to Newcastle United.

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26. Stuart McCall came through City's youth system after he was signed by George Mulhall in 1980 from Farsley Celtic at the age of 16, before becoming an apprentice in June 1981.

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27. Stuart McCall thought he had missed his chance of playing professionally after a string of other players were signed by professional clubs, until Farsley played Bradford City's junior side in a friendly and he impressed coach Bryan Edwards enough to be asked for a trial.

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28. Stuart McCall played football for Upper Wortley Primary School and Thornhill Middle School, even scoring a winning goal for the latter in a cup final when he came on as a substitute with his arm in a sling.

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29. Stuart McCall was appointed manager of Rangers in March 2015, but left the club at the end of a short-term contract.

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30. Stuart McCall was part of the coaching staff during his second spell at Bradford City, briefly serving as caretaker-player manager in 2000.

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31. Born and raised in England, Stuart McCall qualified to play for Scotland through his Scottish father.

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32. Stuart McCall returned to Bradford City as captain to take them into the top division of English football for the first time in 77 years.

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33. Stuart McCall started his career with Bradford City, where he made his first-team debut in 1982.

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