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    Welsh football manager and former footballer who was most recently the manager of Sheffield Wednesday. Pulis obtained his FA coaching badge at age 19, followed by his UEFA 'A' licence aged 21 – making him one of the youngest professional players ever to have obtained the qualification. Wikipedia

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    • Following the appointment of Ron Atkinson as manager, Cambridge won successive promotions which took them into the Second Division in 1978 – a mere eight years after joining the Football League.Cambridge United F.C.-Wikipedia
    • Newly promoted Nottingham Forest were relegated in bottom place, their third relegation in seven seasons prompting manager Ron Atkinson (only appointed in January) to announce his retirement from management.1998–99 in English football-Wikipedia
    • Francis took over as player-manager in June 1991 after Ron Atkinson (who had just guided them to Football League Cup glory and promotion to the First Division) departed to Aston Villa.Sheffield Wednesday F.C.-Wikipedia
    • He was replaced by Ron Atkinson, who immediately broke the British record transfer fee to sign Bryan Robson from West Bromwich Albion.Manchester United F.C.-Wikipedia
    • The 1980s brought more success for the club, who won the FA Cup in 1983 and again in 1985 under the management of Ron Atkinson.Football in England-Wikipedia
    • Bassett was sacked in January 1999, with Ron Atkinson replacing him.Nottingham Forest F.C.-Wikipedia

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