Former Sheffield United supervisor left Bramall Lane in March
Chris Wilder has been appointed as the brand new supervisor of Middlesbrough, the Championship membership have announced.
The former Sheffield United supervisor succeeds Neil Warnock, who left Boro through mutual consent after Saturday’s 1-1 draw with West Brom. Wilder have been out of labor on account that leaving Bramall Lane in March after 5 years in fee.
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The 54-year-vintage, who commenced his managerial profession with non-League Alfreton twenty years in the past, has additionally had spells at Halifax, Oxford United and Northampton. Wilder took Oxford lower back into the League in 2010 and additionally gained League Two with Northampton in 2016.
“The membership are thrilled to verify the appointment of Chris Wilder as our new supervisor,” a declaration at the Middlesborough internet site said. Wilder could be joined on the Riverside Stadium through his long-time assistant Alan Knill.
Middlesbrough are 14th withinside the Championship – 3 factors and 4 locations above Sheffield United – having gained simply six video games this term. Warnock left the membership after Saturday’s 1-1 draw at West Brom, having been on the helm because the summer time season of 2020.
The 72-year-vintage Warnock set an English men’s managerial report much less than every week in the past while he took fee of Boro of their away defeat at Luton – his 1,602nd healthy as a supervisor.