Club Managers

Below is a list of Club managers who have taken charge of major competitive County matches from 1929 onwards. Click on a team manager's name to view detailed statistics about their tenure.

Jim McIntyre
(September 2014 - September 2017)
Jim McIntyre was appointed caretaker head-coach of Dunfermline Athletic on 4 December 2007. He was then appointed as manager on a full ...

Derek Adams (2nd Spell)
(May 2011 - August 2014)
Adams left Hibernian on 19 May 2011 to return to Ross County as manager. In his first season back at County, Adams guided the club t ...

Jimmy Calderwood
(February 2011 - May 2011)
On 16 February 2011, Calderwood agreed to fill the managerial post at First Division club Ross County until the end of the season. ...

Willie McStay
(November 2010 - February 2011)
On 25 November 2010, McStay was appointed manager of Ross County.McStay left the club by mutual consent after less than three m ...

Derek Adams (1st Spell)
(October 2007 - November 2010)
In 2006, Adams returned to Ross County as player/coach. In November 2007, Adams was promoted to the role of player/manager, having serv ...

Dick Campbell
(May 2007 - October 2007)
In the summer of 2007, Campbell was appointed manager of just-relegated Ross County, with the proviso that he would have only one chanc ...

Scott Leitch
(April 2006 - April 2007)
A succession of injury problems prompted Leitch to quit football in 2006 and turn to management with Ross County, where he was official ...

Gardner Spiers
(October 2005 - April 2006)
He worked as caretaker manager of Ross County in October 2005 until the end of the 200506 season. ...

John Robertson
(June 2005 - October 2005)
He was appointed manager of Scottish First Division team Ross County in June 2005, but left by mutual consent after four months. ...

Alex Smith
(November 2002 - June 2005)
Joined Ross County on 27 Nov, 2002 and left on 11 Jun, 2005 having played 112 games, winning 39, drawing 28 and losing 45. ...

Neale Cooper
(July 1996 - November 2002)
Following a distinguished football career with Aberdeen under Sir Alex Ferguson, Neale spent three seasons in the First Division with D ...