Tony Mowbray is manager of Blackburn Rovers having been appointed on 22nd February 2017.
Mowbray previously managed Middlesbrough. Tony has managed at Premier League level, both in England and Scotland.
The former Middlesbrough, Celtic and Ipswich defender has been a high achiever in management since taking charge at Hibernian in May, 2004.
Hibs finished in the top four of the Scottish Premier Division in both his two full seasons at the helm. After the first of those, he won the Scottish Football Writers Association's manager of the year award.
Mowbray, a holder of the UEFA Pro License, also brought European football to Easter Road before moving to West Bromwich in October, 2006 after rejecting an earlier approach from Ipswich.
As Albion's replacement for Bryan Robson in the wake of relegation, he guided his new team into the play-offs where they were beaten 1-0 by Derby in the final after winning both legs of the semi-final against West Midlands rivals Wolves.
There followed a major upheaval in which Albion raked in large fees for established players. Mowbray made a total of 14 signings, after which his club was still substantially in profit.
With recruits like James Morrison, Chris Brunt and Leon Barnett proving influential, the Baggies stormed to the Championship title in his first full season at the Hawthorns in 2008. They also reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup, losing to eventual winners Portsmouth.
Mowbray picked up the LMA's divisional Manager of the Year award in 2008, having won the Championship.
Mowbray was then confirmed as the new manager of Celtic on June 16 2009 and remained with the club until March 2010.
Having taking charge of Boro during the 2010/11 season, Mowbray enjoyed immediate success in the role as his side went onto finish 12th in the npower Championship.
He enjoyed a successful first full season in charge at the Riverside as he guided the club to a 7th place finish in the npower Championship, narrowly missing out on a play-off place. He also received the manager of the month award on two occasions. The club then followed this up with a 16th place finish the following term.
Tony has battled adversity on and off the field. As skipper, he was the embodiment of home town Middlesbrough's revival after they went into liquidation and served the club courageously for nine years.
Boro's fanzine - Fly me to the Moon - was named after a comment made by then manager Bruce Rioch, who said: "If I had to fly to the moon I'd take Tony Mowbray, my captain, with me. He's a magnificent man."