Mick Buxton has worked with the Barclays Premier League overseeing the youth devlopment at the clubs academys.
Mick joined the Premier League following a managerial career with Huddersfield Town, Sunderland and Scunthorpe United.
Buxton coached at Watford, Barnsley, Mansfield Town and Southend United he joined Huddersfield Town in 1977. Following Tom Johnston's resignation in 1978 Buxton was appointed manager of Huddersfield Town.
Buxton went on to be one of the most successful managers in the club's recent history, winning promotion to the Third Division in 1980 and the Second Division in 1983. The Terriers would become established in the second tier for five seasons.
Scunthorpe United would be Buxton's next managerial destination. He remained there for four years, with the team occasionally mounting a promotion challenge in this period.
Buxton then joined Sunderland as manager in 1993. A tightening of the team's defence led to an improvement in results and Sunderland finished the 1993-94 season in 12th place.
He returned to Scunthorpe after his time with The Black Cats before being appointed by the Premier League.