Terry Butcher is an experienced football manager who has managed a number of clubs in England, Scotland and Australia.
On 30 April 2015 it was announced that Terry Butcher had become the new manager of Newport County. Prior to this, Butcher had been the manager at Hibernian.
Butcher entered management following an extremely successful playing career most notably with Ipswich Town and Rangers. He also won 77 caps in a ten-year international career with England where he also captained his country.
Terry's first spell in management came with Coventry City where he became the youngest manager in the Football League on his appointment.
In February 1993 he then joined Sunderland before he moved north of the border to assist Eric Black at Motherwell in the Scottish Premier League.
Butcher then took charge of Motherwell following Black's departure and guided the club to the 2005 Scottish League Cup final during his time in charge.
After Motherwell, he was announced as their new head coach of Sydney FC in May 2006 before returning to the UK as assistant at Partick Thistle.
Buther then took charge of Brentford and more recently he assisted George Burley with the Scottish National Team.
His later joined Inverness Caledonian Thistle, where he went on to enjoy considerable success.
In 2009/10, he was awarded the ‘Irn Bru Phenomenal' manager of the month award for March. Inverness then went on to win the Irn Bru First Division on 21st April, clinching Inverness's return back to the Scottish Premier League.
At the time of his departure in November 2013, Inverness were in second place in the Scottish Premiership Table.