Steve Bruce: The next Newcastle manager’s underwhelming statistics…

Steve Bruce looks set to be appointed as Newcastle’s next manager. Not convinced? These stats are unlikely to sway you…

Games managed: 904
Wins: 348
Draws: 227
Defeats: 329
Career win percentage: 38.5%
Average length of reign: 708 days

 

Sheffield United – 40%
P55 W22 D15 L18
Points per game: 1.47
Duration of reign: 319

Huddersfield Town – 37.9%
P66 W25 D16 L25
Points per game: 1.38
Duration of reign: 511 days

Wigan Athletic – 37.5%
P8 W3 D2 L3
Points per game: 1.36
Duration of reign: 88 days

Crystal Palace – 61.1%
P18 W11 D2 L5
Points per game: 2
Duration of reign: 154 days

Birmingham City – 37%
P270 W100 D70 L100
Points per game: 1.35
Duration of reign: 2168 days

Wigan Athletic – 33.8%
P68 W23 D17 L28
Points per game: 1.25
Duration of reign: 589 days

Sunderland – 29.6%
P98 W29 D28 L41
Points per game: 1.16
Duration of reign: 882 days

Hull City – 40.8%
P201 W82 D44 L75
Points per game: 1.47
Duration of reign: 1482 days

Aston Villa – 45.1%
P102 W46 D25 L31
Points per game: 1.6
Duration of reign: 721 days

Sheffield Wednesday – 38.9%
P18 W7 D8 L3
Points per game: 1.61
Duration of reign: 161 days

10 most used players:
Ahmed Elmohamady – 285
James Chester – 202
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Damien Johnson – 175
David Meyler – 156
Maik Taylor – 153
Kenny Cunningham – 135
Stephen Clemence – 128
Tom Huddlestone – 122
Emile Heskey – 120
Matthew Upson – 120

 

Five highest scorers
Darren Bent – 36
Abel Hernandez – 26
Clinton Morrison – 25
Mikael Forssell – 25
Jonathan Kodjia – 23

 

Five most expensive signings
Asamoah Gyan (Sunderland) – in excess of £13million
Michael Turner (Sunderland) – £12million
Scott Hogan (Aston Villa) – £12million
Darren Bent (Sunderland) – £10million plus add-ons
Abel Hernández (Hull) – £10million

 

Biggest wins:
December 2013: Premier League: Hull 6-0 Fulham
January 2016: Championship: Hull 6-0 Charlton
January 2006: Premier League: Birmingham 5-0 Portsmouth
September 2001: Championship: Crystal Palace 5-0 Grimsby
September 2013: Championship: Aston Villa 5-0 Bristol City

 

Biggest defeats:
March 2006: FA Cup: Birmingham 0-7 Liverpool
January 2010: Premier League: Chelsea 7-2 Sunderland
April 2011: Premier League: Manchester City 5-0 Sunderland
October 2010: Premier League: Newcastle 5-1 Sunderland
March 2016: FA Cup: Hull 0-4 Arsenal

 

Finals won:
2001-02: Championship Play-Off final: Birmingham 1-1 Norwich (4-2 on pens)
2015-16 Championship Play-Off final: Hull 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday

Finals lost:
2013-14 FA Cup final: Arsenal 3-2 Hull (AET)
2017-18 Championship Play-Off final: Aston Villa 0-1 Fulham

 

Favourite opposition clubs:
Bolton – 16 wins
Sunderland – 13 wins
Blackburn – 10 wins
Derby – 9 wins
Sheffield Wednesday – 9 wins

Bogey clubs:
Arsenal – 19 defeats
Chelsea – 17 defeats
Manchester United – 17 defeats
Manchester City – 14 defeats
Tottenham – 13 defeats

Managers most defeated by:
Arsene Wenger – 19 defeats
Sir Alex Ferguson – 14 defeats
David Moyes – 10 defeats
Mark Hughes – 9 defeats
Jose Mourinho – 8 defeats

Managers beaten most often:
Mick McCarthy – 9 wins
Neil Warnock – 9 wins
Sam Allardyce – 7 wins
Harry Redknapp – 7 wins
Ian Holloway – 6 wins

 

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