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Doncaster next manager after Danny Schofield
Doncaster Manager: Danny Schofield
Danny Schofield played a total of 486 matches during his playing career, scoring a total of 55 goals whilst playing both as an attacker and a midfielder.
Schofields most notable time was when he was at Huddersfield town between 1998 and 2008 where he played almost 250 times, scoring on 39 occasions.
After his time at Huddersfield, Schofield then spent a year at Yeovil and then Millwall, before Joining Rotherham where he went out on loan to Accrington Stanley and Stockport between 2011 and 2014.
Danny Schofield then ended the last few years of his career outside of the football league, joining Halifax in 2014 and then spent a year a both Bradford Park Avenue and Mickleover Sports in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
While still a player with Rotherham United, Schofield began coaching in the Barnsley youth academy working with the under-12s, under-13s and under-14s. In 2015, Schofield then spent a season as a player-coach with Bradford Park Avenue
In December 2016, Schofield joined Leeds United as a coach working with the under-15s and under16s. Schofield was promoted to the role of Professional Development Phase Coach, working with the under 23’s alongside Carlos Corberán. Their under-23 side won the 2018–19 Professional Development League Northern League and then became the national Professional Development League champions. Schofield left Leeds to join Middlesborough as the Under 23’s assistant head coach.
Six moths later Schofield returned to Huddersfield as under 19 coach and after the sacking of Danny Cowley as first team manager, Schofield was given the role of caretaker manager where he lost 4-1 to Millwall in his only game.
Schofield also took charge of the first game of the 2021-22 season due Carlos Coberan isolating due to Covid-19 but after the resignation of Coberan in July 2022 Schofield was named as head coach.
After a poor run of just one win in eight league games Schofield was let go from Huddersfield in September 2022.
Schofield took over from Gary McSheffery who was manager between December 2021 and October 2022 During McShefferys time in charge he managed 46 games, winning 14, drawing 8 and losing 24.
Schofield was then appointed three days after McShefferys departure and has managed Doncaster over the past two- and a-bit month.
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