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Steve McClaren


Steve McClaren was born on May 3, 1961 in York, England. He is known for his work on Wimbledon (1937), Match of the Day (1964) and Match of the Day 2 (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

Wimbledon Self - Former England Manager
(2014)
Match of the Day Self / Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd / Self - Manager, Middlesbrough
(2005-2016)
Match of the Day 2 Self - Manager, Middlesbrough / Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd / Self
(2004-2015)
The Football League Show Self - Manager, Nottm Forest / Self - Manager, Derby / Self - Head Coach, Derby
(2011-2015)

Filmography

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 2021 Sky News Tonight (TV Series)
Self - Former England Manager
- Episode dated 8 July 2021 (2021) ... Self - Former England Manager
 2018 The Debate (TV Series)
Self
- Parish vs McClaren (2018) ... Self
 2016 Final Score (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #16.12 (2016) ... Self
 2005-2016 Match of the Day (TV Series)
Self / Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd / Self - Manager, Middlesbrough
- 2015/16: 5/3/16 (2016) ... Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd
- 2015/16: 2/3/16 (2016) ... Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd
- 2015/16: 13/1/16 (2016) ... Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd
- Episode dated 17 April 2006 (2006) ... Self - Manager, Middlesbrough
- Episode dated 18 March 2006 (2006) ... Self - Manager, Middlesbrough
 2004-2015 Match of the Day 2 (TV Series)
Self - Manager, Middlesbrough / Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd / Self
- 2015/16: 25/10/15 (2015) ... Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd
- 2015/16: 18/10/15 (2015) ... Self - Head Coach, Newcastle Utd
- 2007/08: 11/11/07 (2007) ... Self
- 2005/06: 9/4/06 (2006) ... Self - Manager, Middlesbrough
- 2005/06: 2/4/06 (2006) ... Self - Manager, Middlesbrough
 2015 Premier League Season 2015/2016 (TV Series)
Self - Newcastle United Manager
- Sunderland vs. Newcastle United (2015) ... Self - Newcastle United Manager
 2011-2015 The Football League Show (TV Series)
Self - Manager, Nottm Forest / Self - Manager, Derby / Self - Head Coach, Derby
- Episode #6.26 (2015) ... Self - Manager, Derby
- Episode #6.6 (2014) ... Self - Manager, Derby
- Episode #6.3 (2014) ... Self - Manager, Derby
- Episode #6.2 (2014) ... Self - Manager, Derby
- Episode #6.1 (2014) ... Self - Manager, Derby
 2014 Wimbledon (TV Series)
Self - Former England Manager
- 2014: Day 2, Part 1 (2014) ... Self - Former England Manager
 2006-2011 Football Focus (TV Series)
Self / Self - Analyst
- Episode #11.15 (2011) ... Self - Analyst
- Episode #10.38 (2011) ... Self - Analyst
- Episode #7.14 (2007) ... Self
- Episode #7.10 (2007) ... Self
- Episode #7.5 (2007) ... Self
 2011 Late Kick Off North East and Cumbria (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #2.7 (2011) ... Self
 2010 Das aktuelle Sportstudio (TV Series documentary)
Self
- Episode dated 28 August 2010 (2010) ... Self
 2009 Goal! III (Video)
Self
 2007 BBC News (TV Series)
Self - England Manager
- Episode #10.39 (2007) ... Self - England Manager
 2006 Match of the Day FA Cup (TV Series)
Self
 2000 Manchester United: Beyond the Promised Land (Video documentary)
Coach
 1999 The Treble (Video documentary)
Self
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 2010 England's Worst Ever Football Team (TV Movie documentary)
Self
 2008 The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (TV Special)
Self (uncredited)
 2002 Manchester United: The Official History 1878-2002 (Video documentary)
Self (uncredited)
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Personal Details

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Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

On February 29th 2004, as manager he won Middlesbroughs first ever major trophy, the Carling Cup, after over 128 years of waiting, beating Bolton Wanderers 2-1 in the final at the Millenium Stadium in Cardiff. See more »

Nickname:

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Star Sign:

Taurus

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