Jim DuffyFull Name: Jim Duffy
Time As Manager: October 2018 - Present
First Game in Charge: Saturday, October 27th, 2018 vs. East Fife (4-0)
Jim had a playing career with Morton and Dundee before injury forced him to retire and become Falkirk manager at the age of 29. He did, however, make a comeback on the pitch with Dundee and Partick Thistle before becoming Dundee manager in 1993 and made the Scottish League Cup final in 1995/96. He then managed Hibernian from 1996-1998 before going on to coach at Portsmouth and Chelsea. He returned to Dundee for a second spell at Dundee and once again led them to a major final but lost out to Rangers in the Scottish cup. He then had spells at Norwich City(as assistant manager), Brechin City and Clyde before being appointed as Morton manager in 2014. He led the club to the League 1 title in his first season at Cappielow before consolidating their position in the Championship and leading the club into the Premiership play offs in 2016/17. He left the Greenock club in May 2018 and was appointed Dumbarton manager in October of that year.
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