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Who is Carlisle United FC manager Steven Pressley?
Steven Pressley is the current Carlisle United manager after being appointed in January 2019. Pressley was born in Elgin, Scotland on 11 October 1973. He previously played football professionally for clubs such as Rangers, Celtic, Dundee United and Coventry City.
Pressley started out in the Inverkeithing BC youth academy from 1989 to 1990 before moving on to Rangers the following year. He spent 4 years at Rangers making only 34 competitive appearances scoring only 1 goal from centre back. He then moved to Coventry City for a season before going to Dundee United and then Heart of Midlothian for 8 years. He played for Celtic, Falkirk and Randers before retiring in 2009. He made 468 competitive appearances throughout his whole career scoring only 28 goals. From 2000 to 2006, Pressley made 32 appearances for the Scottish National team after being in the under 21’s side 6 years prior.
In the summer of 2009, Pressley was appointed Falkirk manager replacing Eddie May who resigned in February of the same year. At Falkirk, he won the Scottish Challenge Cup in the 2011-12 season. He left a few years later in March 2013 to join Coventry City where he remained in charge until 2015 where he took charge of Fleetwood Town before moving to Cyprus to manage Cyprian team Pafos in 2018.
As a player, Steven Pressley won the Scottish Premier Division in 1993 and 1994 with Rangers as he won the Scottish Cup in 1993 also. At Hearts he won the Scottish Cup in 2006 before his Scottish title again in 2007 along with the Scottish Cup in the same season. As an individual, Pressley won the Scottish player of the month in February 2004 along with Scottish Manager of the month in September 2011, October 2011, January 2012 and February 2012.
Pressley was appointed Carlisle United manager in January 2019 after replacing Tommy Wright and Paul Murray who were joint caretakers at the time. Pressley led the club to an 11th placed finish in the EFL League Two, which was a very good result for the club. This season, the fans will hope that Pressley can lead the club to a promotion push after being stuck in the EFL League Two for 6 seasons now with no movements. With his experience however, Pressley will definitely look to improve his reputation as a manager at Carlisle United.