The Championship clubs that have had the most managers in the last 20 years - and their longest serving boss

Managers come and go at an almost alarming rate in football, and the Championship is no exception.

By Nancy Frostick
Thursday, 16 May, 2019, 11:26
QPR

Plenty of managerial heads have rolled in the second tier this season and no doubt there's be more changes over the summer... but which club has had the highest turnover of coaches in the last 20 years, and who has been their longest serving boss? Click and scroll through the photos below to find out...

Number of managers: 11 Longest serving manager: Tony Pulis
Number of managers: 12 Longest serving manager: Sam Allardyce
Number of managers: 13 Longest serving manager: Neil Warnock
Number of managers: 13 Longest serving manager: Steve Bruce
Number of managers: 13 Longest serving manager: Gary Johnson
Number of managers: 14 Longest serving manager: Bryan Robson
Number of managers: 14 Longest serving manager: Steve Coppell
Number of managers: 14 Longest serving manager: George Burley
Number of managers: 14 Longest serving manager: Nigel Worthington
Number of managers: 15 Longest serving manager: Graeme Souness
Number of managers: 16 Longest serving manager: Simon Grayson
Number of managers: 16 Longest serving manager: Steve Bruce

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Number of managers: 17 Longest serving manager: Ronnie Moore
Number of managers: 17 Longest serving manager: Jenny Jackett
Number of managers: 17 Longest serving manager: Kenny Jackett
Number of managers: 18 Longest serving manager: Paul Jewell
Number of managers: 19 Longest serving manager: Andy Scott
Number of managers: 20 Longest serving manager: Gary Megson
Number of managers: 20 Longest serving manager: Jim Smith
Number of managers: 21 Longest serving manager: Martin O'Neill
Number of managers: 22 Longest serving manager: Brian Laws
Number of managers: 24 Longest serving manager: David O'Leary
Number of managers: 26 Longest serving manager: Paul Hart
Number of managers: 27 Longest serving manager: Ian Holloway