The Weekend Managerial Turfection-Sunday
Keep coming back to this article today. As news breaks on our managerial targets in the media, Vital Burnley will update you and bring you the latest gossip and rumours.
The News of the World today report that the Clarets could be interested in bringing current Huddersfield Town manager, Lee Clark to Turf Moor.
He is believed to be a good motivator playing stylish football. Clark has steered the League One club into the play-offs positions this season. The Terriers are currentlly in 5th spot and pushing for promotion to the Championship. Not bad for someone in his first year of management but does he have the necessary experience to lead a club two Leagues above him desperate to avoid a relegation battle?
Apparantly according to this font of all knowledge Burnley know they will struggle to attract a big name after losing Owen Coyle.
Lee Clark now 37 played for Newcastle United, Sunderland and Fulham before finishing his playing days with a second spell at St James Park.
He got on the management ladder by cutting his cloth as a first team coach and reserve team manager at Newcastle under Glenn Roeder. Roeder left Newcastle in November 2007 to became manager of Norwich City bringing Clark to Carrow Road as his assistant manager.
In December 2008, Clark was unveiled as the new manager of League One side Huddersfield Town after signing a three-and-a-half year contract.