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14:50  11 february  2019
14:50  11 february  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Michael Caine was ‘warned against’ taking gay roles in the 1970s

Michael Caine was ‘warned against’ taking gay roles in the 1970s Michael Caine has revealed he ignored warnings that playing gay characters might kill his career. 

Thierry Henry is the new manager of Monaco, meaning another of the Premier League’ s all-time greats has made the transition from the pitch to the dugout.Plenty of Premier League legends have taken up managerial roles in the past, but how Topical videos: Rookie managers - How have they fared ?

Sam Allardyce embarks on his reign as England manager on Sunday when his side begin their World Cup qualifying campaign against Slovakia in Trnava. But how much can we read into their opening result in terms of what may lie ahead? Winterbottom continued in the role until 1962.

England legends as managers - How have they fared in their first roles? © Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Sport Manchester United v West Ham United - The Emirates FA Cup Sixth Round

Paul Scholes has officially been named as the new manager of Oldham Athletic.

Scholes was one of the best midfielders of his generation but being a great footballer doesn’t always lead to an ex-player becoming a great manager, but there have been cases where former England stars have gone on to do well in the dugout.

In honour of the appointment of Campbell, we’ve taken a look at how some other players who once wore the Three Lions got on in their first jobs as managers.

Gerrard to play in Liverpool FC Legends match.
Steven Gerrard will take part in next month’s Liverpool FC Legends game against AC Milan Glorie, the club have confirmed. The charity match takes place at Anfield on Saturday, March 23 (3pm GMT) and pits a host of former greats alongside one another. It is a repeat contest of the 2005 and 2007 Champions League finals, with both teams winning one apiece. The Reds already have the likes of Jamie Carragher, Sami Hyypia and Robbie Fowler taking part and Gerrard will represent his former club, too.

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