List of Livingston F.C. managers

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This is a list of people to manage Livingston F.C. since their change from Meadowbank Thistle in 1995.

The club have had 15 permanent managers with Jim Leishman the only person to manage the club twice.

Managers[edit]

As of 21:58, 17 November 2012 (UTC)
# Name and Nationality From To P W D L Win% Honours Manner of departure Refs
1 Scotland Leishman, JimJim Leishman Third Division (1995-96)[1]
2 Scotland Stewart, RayRay Stewart 1 August 1997 15 March 2000 121 61 33 27 50.41 Second Division (1998-99)[2] Sacked[3] [4][5]
3 Scotland Leishman, JimJim Leishman 15 March 2000[3] 4 June 2003 147 67 32 48 45.58 First Division (2000-01)[6] Became Director of football[7] [8]
4 Brazil Márcio Máximo 4 June 2003[9] 14 October 2003 9 3 3 3 33.33 Resigned[10] [11]
5 Scotland Hay, DavidDavid Hay 15 October 2003 1 June 2004 39 15 11 13 38.46 League Cup (2003-04)[12] Contract Expired[13] [14]
6 Scotland Preston, AllanAllan Preston 4 June 2004[15] 25 November 2004[16] 18 4 3 11 22.22 Sacked[16] [17]
- Scotland Cleland, AlecAlec Cleland 25 November 2004 30 November 2004 1 1 0 0 100.000 Caretaker[16]
7 Scotland Gough, RichardRichard Gough 30 November 2004[18] 22 May 2005[19] 25 8 5 12 32.00 Resigned[20][19] [17]
8 Scotland Lambert, PaulPaul Lambert 1 June 2005[21] 11 February 2006 32 5 7 20 15.63 Resigned[22] [23]
9 Scotland Robertson, JohnJohn Robertson 15 February 2006[24] 15 April 2007 49 15 8 26 30.61 Sacked[25] [26][note 1]
10 England Proctor, MarkMark Proctor 22 May 2007[27] 3 June 2008 43 13 10 20 30.23 Sacked[28]) [29]
11 Italy Landi, RobertoRoberto Landi 11 June 2008[30] 1 December 2008 22 12 1 9 54.55 Sacked[31] [32]
12 Scotland Hegarty, PaulPaul Hegarty 5 December 2008[33] 27 April 2009 19 6 5 8 31.58 Suspended[34] then contract expired[35] [32]
13 United States John Murphy 2 July 2009[36] 14 August 2009[37] 2 0 0 2 00.00 Moved Back to Goalkeeping Coach[38]
14 Scotland Bollan, GaryGary Bollan 14 August 2009[39] 5 February 2012 109 62 23 24 56.88 Third Division (2009-10)[40]
Second Division (2010-11)[41]
Sacked[42] [43][44][45]
15 Scotland Hughes, JohnJohn Hughes 14 February 2012[46] 13 November 2012 29 13 5 11 44.83 Became manager of Hartlepool United.[47] [48]

Caretaker managers[edit]

Name Nationality From To P W D L Win% Notes
Evans, GarethGareth Evans  Scotland 14 November 2012 1 1 0 0 100.000 [49]
Welsh, BrianBrian Welsh  Scotland 5 February 2012 14 February 2012 1 1 0 0 100.000 [50]
Hay, DavidDavid Hay  Scotland 25 April 2009 2 July 2009 2 0 2 0 00.00 [51]
Bowman, DavidDavid Bowman  Scotland 15 April 2007 22 May 2007 2 0 2 0 00.00 [52]


References[edit]

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  1. ^ Soccerbase have included two game when club were managed byDavid Bowman.