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    Have you had any luck Yuko?? I cannot find anything from his first year, and I have no exact dates of when he was hired/fired from teams, which I like to have so the stats are correct...

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    Updated all active coaches...you put the jinx on Juande Han, he has been sacked!

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    Henk Ten Cate please? (and if possible Markarian excluding the stats you can't find!)

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    Updated all of the active coaches...our boy Cuper became manager of Greek side Aris Thessaloniki a few days ago, but began slowly with a home draw.


    Working on Ten Cate...

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    Can I have Mircea Lucescu please? Thx.

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    Hector Cuper. The reason I am an Interista.


    Everything a man should be. We miss you Cipe.




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    Cuper is already done my friend!


    I have been busy at work...I apologize for not filling the last 2 requests yet...I will try to do them this week...
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    Cuper is already done my friend!


    I have been busy at work...I apologize for not filling the last 2 requests yet...I will try to do them this week...
    It's cool man, take your time

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    Updated active coaches, Alberto Malesani is the new Siena manager!

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    HENK TEN CATE CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    GO AHEAD EAGLES (1990)
    Games: ??
    Record: ??-??-??
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: ??
    Total Points: ??
    Average Points Per Game: ??

    After his playing career, Ten Cate became assistant manager of Fritz Korbach at Go Ahead Eagles, playing in the Eerste Divisie. When Korbach moved to SC Heerenveen in February 1990 Ten Cate took over as a manager. He managed to win period title, which earned an Eerste Divisie side a place in the promotion play-offs at the end of the season. In these play-offs Go Ahead Eagles placed equal with Korbach's SC Heerenveen, but Heerenveen promoted to the Eredivisie on goal difference...


    SC HERACLES (1990-1992) *This does not include his first season.
    Games: 38
    Record: 16-12-10
    Home Record: 11-6-2
    Away Record: 5-6-8
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 60
    Average Points Per Game: 1.58

    Ten Cate left Go Ahead Eagles and returned to one of the other teams he was active at during his playing career, SC Heracles where he became the assistant of manager Henk van Brussel. When Van Brussel was unable to finish the season due to health problems in November 1990 Ten Cate became the first team manager and led SC Heracles until 1992, when he was told his contract was no longer extended...


    VV RHEDEN (1992-1993)
    Games: 26
    Record: 9-5-12
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 35%
    Total Points: 32
    Average Points Per Game: 1.23

    Ten Cate then moved to the club where his football career started, amateur side FC Rheden and managed them for one year...


    GO AHEAD EAGLES (1993-1995)
    Games: 52
    Record: 11-14-27
    Home Record: 8-8-10
    Away Record: 3-6-17
    Winning Percentage: 21%
    Total Points: 47
    Average Points Per Game: 0.90

    In 1993 Go Ahead Eagles appointed Ten Cate yet again as their manager, this time to replace Jan Versleijen who left the club to manage De Graafschap. In his first year he did well, but when Go Ahead Eagles was at the bottom of the Eerste Divisie during the winter break of the 1994-95 season he was fired...


    SPARTA ROTTERDAM (1995-1997)
    Games: 54
    Record: 20-14-20
    Home Record: 15-6-7
    Away Record: 5-8-13
    Winning Percentage: 37%
    Total Points: 74
    Average Points Per Game: 1.37

    Eredivisie side Sparta Rotterdam offered Ten Cate a contract and he led the team to a sixth position in the Eredivisie in 1996, they also reached the final of the KNVB Cup that year, which was lost to PSV Eindhoven 5-2...


    VITESSE (1997-1998)
    Games: 55
    Record: 32-12-11
    Home Record: 26-3-0
    Away Record: 6-9-11
    Winning Percentage: 58%
    Total Points: 108
    Average Points Per Game: 1.96

    In the 1997-98 winter break Ten Cate switched to manage Vitesse, which he led to their best Eredivisie ranking in their history, a third position with records in both the number of points won as the number of scored goals...


    KFC UERDINGEN 05 (1998-1999)
    Games: 16
    Record: 3-5-8
    Home Record: 1-3-5
    Away Record: 2-2-3
    Winning Percentage: 19%
    Total Points: 14
    Average Points Per Game: 0.88

    After a disappointing start in the following season he left Vitesse and led KFC Uerdingen 05 until March 1999 without success...


    MTK HUNGÁRIA FC (1999-2000)
    Games: 32
    Record: 18-9-5
    Home Record: 10-3-3
    Away Record: 8-6-2
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 63
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97

    In the 1999-00 season Henk managed Hungarian side MTK Hungária FC to win the Hungarian Cup and a runners-up place in the PNB League...


    NAC BREDA (2000-2003)
    Games: 102
    Record: 41-32-29
    Home Record: 24-20-7
    Away Record: 17-12-22
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 155
    Average Points Per Game: 1.52

    Ten Cate returned to the Netherlands and became manager of NAC Breda which he led until 2003 earning them a spot in the UEFA Cup for the 2003-04 season...


    AJAX (2006-2007)
    Games: 41
    Record: 28-8-5
    Home Record: 14-4-2
    Away Record: 14-4-3
    Winning Percentage: 68%
    Total Points: 92
    Average Points Per Game: 2.24

    In 2006, Ten Cate replaced Danny Blind as manager at Ajax, where he won the Johan Cruijff-schaal in 2006 and 2007 and the KNVB Cup in 2007. Ajax finished equal on points with PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie in 2006, only to be denied the championship by a single goal in goal difference...


    PANATHINAIKOS (2008-2009)
    Games: 43
    Record: 27-12-4
    Home Record: 16-5-1
    Away Record: 11-7-3
    Winning Percentage: 63%
    Total Points: 93
    Average Points Per Game: 2.16

    On 13 June 2008, Ten Cate signed a two-year deal with a Greek Superleague team, Panathinaikos FC. Ten Cate gave the following statement on his appointment: "Panathinaikos' history, ambition and attitude towards football in general match those of the greatest football clubs in Europe. "I've been used to working at the highest level and that's why I consider this a great challenge." Ten Cate's Panathinaikos managed to qualify to the "16" Phase of UEFA Champions' League in 2008-2009 season,where Panathinaikos was eliminated by Villareal CF. His cooperation with the Greek club ended unexpectedly on December 8th, 2009....


    AL-AHLI CLUB (2010)
    Games: 3
    Record: 1-1-1
    Home Record: 1-1-0
    Away Record: 0-0-1
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 4
    Average Points Per Game: 1.33

    On February 6, 2010 it was announced that Ten Cate signed a 6 month contract with the UAE champions Al-Ahli Club (Dubai) and only one month later the former manager of Panathinaikos quit Al-Ahli, after a 5-0 defeat against Al-Sadd...


    UMM-SALAL SPORTS CLUB (2010-2011)
    Games: 12
    Record: 2-4-6
    Home Record: 1-3-3
    Away Record: 1-1-3
    Winning Percentage: 17%
    Total Points: 10
    Average Points Per Game: 0.83

    In April 2010 Umm Salal hired the Dutch coach as a replacement of Gerard Gili. Henk ten Cate worked as a manager of Umm Salal until February 2, 2011...


    LAST SEASON - UMM-SALAL SPORTS CLUB (2010-2011)
    Games: 12
    Record: 2-4-6
    Home Record: 1-3-3
    Away Record: 1-1-3
    Winning Percentage: 17%
    Total Points: 10
    Average Points Per Game: 0.83



    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 474
    Record: 208-128-138
    Home Record: 127-62-40
    Away Record: 72-61-86
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 752
    Average Points Per Game: 1.59
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 60.42
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    ROBERTO MANCINI CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    FIORENTINA (2001-2002)
    Games: 31
    Record: 8-6-17
    Home Record: 6-4-6
    Away Record: 2-2-11
    Winning Percentage: 26%
    Total Points: 30
    Average Points Per Game: 0.97

    After a hugely controversial signing by Fiorentina, Mancini actually managed his first match on March 3, 2001 in Bari from the stands. Dismal away form eventually led to fan protests and his resignation in January, 2002 after 17 games that season.


    LAZIO (2002-2004)
    Games: 68
    Record: 31-23-14
    Home Record: 17-12-5
    Away Record: 14-11-9
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 116
    Average Points Per Game: 1.71

    After a terrible start to his coaching career at Fiorentina, Mancini was signed by Lazio in the summer of 2002. He guided his team into a Champions League spot by finishing 4th in his first season (Lazio finished 6th in the prior season). The following year he won his second Coppa Italia with a victory over Juventus and was ironically eliminated by Jose Mourinho's Porto in the UEFA Cup semifinal. In the summer of 2004 he decided to leave the finacially troubled Lazio and replace Alberto Zaccheroni at Inter...


    INTER MILAN (2004-2008)
    Games: 152
    Record: 96-42-14
    Home Record: 57-14-5
    Away Record: 39-28-9
    Winning Percentage: 63%
    Total Points: 330
    Average Points Per Game: 2.17

    After leading Inter to 3rd place in his first 2 seasons, Calciopoli breaks out and Inter are awarded the 2005/06 Scudetto, their first since 1988/89. In his next 2 seasons he would win the Scudetto both times. Giving Inter 3 straight, including a record 97 point season in 2006/07. After struggling in Champions League and resigning then withdrawing his resignation in 2008, Inter decides to terminate his contract and hire Jose Mourinho in the summer of 2008/09...


    MANCHESTER CITY (2009-Present)
    Games: 59
    Record: 32-13-14
    Home Record: 20-5-5
    Away Record: 12-8-9
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 109
    Average Points Per Game: 1.85

    On 19 December 2009, Mancini was publicly revealed to be taking over as manager of Manchester City following the sacking of Mark Hughes. His appointment came eleven months after he was first linked with the club. This news came only hours after Manchester City's 4–3 home victory over Sunderland. Mancini's first game was a 2–0 home win against Stoke City. On his second game for Manchester City they won 3-0 away from home against Wolves. This was City's first away win for 2 months. City finished the season in 5th, their highest ever Premier League finish and the first time since 1978 that City had qualifed for Europe via their league position, which promoted City chairman, Khaldoon Al Mubarak to praise Mancini and state the job was his for "many years to come.". A win over Tottenham Hotspur in May 2011 guaranteed City 2011-12 Champions League football. The win was followed with City winning the 2010-11 FA Cup with a 1-0 win over Stoke City on the weekend after the Tottenham victory. The FA Cup truimph meant Mancini joined five other City managers who have won major honours and had ended the club's longest trophy drought in its history...


    LAST SEASON - MANCHESTER CITY (2010-2011)
    Games: 38
    Record: 21-8-9
    Home Record: 13-4-2
    Away Record: 8-4-7
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 71
    Average Points Per Game: 1.87


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 310
    Record: 167-84-59
    Home Record: 100-35-21
    Away Record: 67-49-38
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 585
    Average Points Per Game: 1.89
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 71.82
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    Thanks for ten Cate still nothing on Markarian? Without the Paraguyan stats if you still can't find them

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    Thanks for ten Cate still nothing on Markarian? Without the Paraguyan stats if you still can't find them

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    Active coaches updated!

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    Ragnick please

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    All active managers updated...

    Mancini ----> Manchester City

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    Welcome back vito!!

    Nice job bro

    What about Ciro Ferrara

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    The Greek media(d!ckheads) SWALLOWED Henk ten Cate

    I know this is getting annoying, but can you post Sergio Markarian's stats, excluding Paraguay(or anything else you can't find)

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    I apologize for the wait Yuko, and to be honest I wasn't really planning on coming back to the forum, but I chilled out for about a month and decided to come back and not argue with people who I do not feel deserve my time.

    I will try to compile Markarian's stats tomorrow!

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