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EFL Managers Table

Managers Table

Jim Bentley tops the list of the longest serving managers in the EFL, with the 2018/19 campaign his eighth full season in charge of Morecambe.

Gareth Ainsworth comes next; the Wycombe Wanderers' boss currently enjoying life in League One, where he'll come up against another three of the top 10 in John Coleman, Derek Adams and Nigel Clough.

EFL Managers Table:

1. Jim Bentley (Morecambe) - May 2011

2. Gareth Ainsworth (Wycombe Wanderers) - September 2012

3. John Coleman (Accrington Stanley) - September 2014

4. Neil Harris (Millwall) - March 2015

5. Derek Adams (Plymouth Argyle) - June 2015

6. Darren Way (Yeovil Town) - December 2015

7. Nigel Clough (Burton Albion) - December 2015

8. Lee Johnson (Bristol City) - February 2016

9. John McGreal (Colchester United) - May 2016

10. Mark Cooper (Forest Green Rovers) - May 2016

11. Chris Wilder (Sheffield United) - May 2016

12. Danny Cowley (Lincoln City) - May 2016

13. Phil Parkinson (Bolton Wanderers) - June 2016

14. Micky Mellon (Tranmere Rovers) - October 2016

15. Paul Warne (Rotherham United) - November 2016

16. David Artell (Crewe Alexandra) - January 2017

17. Tony Mowbray (Blackburn Rovers) - February 2017

18. Mark Robins (Coventry City) - March 2017

19. Michael Flynn (Newport County) - March 2017

20. Daniel Farke (Norwich City) - May 2017

21. Paul Cook (Wigan Athletic) - May 2017

22. Kenny Jackett (Portsmouth) - June 2017

23. Alex Neil (Preston North End) - July 2017

24. Neil Aspin (Port Vale) - October 2017

25. Steve Lovell (Gillingham) - October 2017

26. Nigel Adkins (Hull City) - December 2017

27. Tony Pulis (Middlesbrough) - December 2017

28. Ryan Lowe (Bury) - January 2018

29. Chris Powell (Southend United) - January 2018

30. Steve Evans (Peterborough United) - February 2018

31. David Flitcroft (Mansfield Town) - March 2018

32. Michael Jolley (Grimsby Town) - March 2018

33. Garry Monk (Birmingham City) - March 2018

34. Dean Keates (Walsall) - March 2018

35. Dino Maamria (Stevenage) - March 2018

36. Lee Bowyer (Charlton Athletic) - March 2018

37. Karl Robinson (Oxford United) - March 2018

38. Steve McClaren (Queens Park Rangers) - May 2018

39. Jack Ross (Sunderland) - May 2018

40. Frank Lampard (Derby County) - May 2018

41. Matt Taylor (Exeter City) - June 2018

42. Joey Barton (Fleetwood Town) - June 2018

43. Daniel Stendel (Barnsley) - June 2018

44. Paul Tisdale (Milton Keynes Dons) - June 2018

45. Graham Potter (Swansea City) - June 2018

46. Marcelo Bielsa (Leeds United) - June 2018

47. Grant McCann (Doncaster Rovers) - June 2018

48. Stuart McCall (Scunthorpe United) - August 2018

49. David Hopkin (Bradford City) - September 2018

50. Gabriele Cioffi (Crawley Town) - September 2018

51. Terry McPhillips (Blackpool) - September 2018

52. Michael Duff (Cheltenham Town) - September 2018

53. Keith Curle (Northampton Town) - October 2018

54. Dean Smith (Aston Villa) - October 2018

55. Thomas Frank (Brentford) - October 2018

56. Paul Lambert (Ipswich Town) - November 2018

57. Richie Wellens (Swindon Town) - November 2018

58. Neal Ardley (Notts County) - November 2018

59. Sol Campbell (Macclesfield Town) - November 2018

60. Sam Ricketts (Shrewsbury Town) - December 2018

61. Wally Downes (AFC Wimbledon) - December 2018

62. Jose Manuel Gomez (Reading) - December 2018

63. Colin Calderwood (Cambridge United) - December 2018

64. Steve Bruce (Sheffield Wednesday) - January 2019

65. Graham Coughlan (Bristol Rovers) - January 2019

66. Nathan Jones (Stoke City) - January 2019

67. Martin O'Neill (Nottingham Forest) - January 2019

68. Steven Pressley (Carlisle United) - January 2019

69. Vacant (Luton Town)

70. Vacant (Rochdale)

71. Vacant (West Bromwich Albion)

72. Vacant (Oldham Athletic)