11 Facts About Warren Joyce

1. When Solskjær left in 2011, Warren Joyce took charge of the reserves.

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2. In June 2017, Warren Joyce was announced as the new manager for Melbourne City in the A-League.

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3. Warren Joyce was born in Oldham, Lancashire, the son of Walter Warren Joyce, the former Burnley, Blackburn Rovers and Oldham Athletic player, and began his career as a trainee with Bolton Wanderers in 1981.

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4. Warren Joyce broke into the first team as a midfielder and in six years made a total of 221 appearances for Bolton, scoring 21 goals.

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5. Warren Joyce went on to play a total of 170 games for Hull scoring 19 goals, becoming club captain at Boothferry Park.

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6. City soon made the appointment permanent with Warren Joyce taking on the dual role of player-manager.

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7. On 11 September 2006, Warren Joyce was appointed coach of Royal Antwerp.

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8. Warren Joyce was introduced to this team by his former colleague Andy Welsh who was the assistant coach at Royal Antwerp on a loan basis from Manchester United.

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9. Warren Joyce took sole charge in December 2010, when Solskjær left to manage Molde FK.

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10. On 2 November 2016, Warren Joyce was appointed manager of Championship club Wigan Athletic on a three-and-a-half-year contract.

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11. On 19 June 2017, Warren Joyce was announced as the new manager of Australian A-League club Melbourne City.

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