Lincoln City next manager odds
Lincoln City next manager after Danny Cowley
Danny Cowley was born on 22 October 1978 in Havering, London. Before going into management, Cowley was a footballer playing for teams such as Brentwood Town, Concord Rangers and Hornchurch playing as a midfielder. He is the current manager of Lincoln City FC and has been in the job since May 2016.
His playing career ended due to injury in 2007, however, shortly after retiring he was offered the manager job at Concord Rovers. He joined the club when they were in the Essex Senior Football League attracting a crowd of roughly 50 people per match. Cowley took the club to 3 promotions in 6 years as he took them to the National League South which was huge for the club. In his final season in charge, he took the team to the first round of the FA Cup and narrowly missed out on a playoff spot in the National League South.
In April 2015, Braintree appointed Danny Cowley as their manager. In Cowley’s first season, he took Braintree to their highest ever finish in the of third place in the National League but missed out on promotion after losing in the playoff semi finals to Grimsby Town 2-1 on aggregate. However, Cowley left the club after just one season as Lincoln City FC approached him with the manager position.
Lincoln City appointed Danny Cowley in May 2016 and begun his hugely successful spell at the club. In his first season, he won the National League and therefore being promoted to the EFL League Two after a 6 year absence. In the same season, Lincoln City became the first non-league club to ever make the FA Cup quarterfinals as they beat sides such as Ipswich Town, Burnley and Brighton & Hove Albion, however, they lost to Arsenal 5-0 in the quarterfinal.
In the 2017-18 season, Cowley led Lincoln City to the EFL Trophy final where they beat Shrewsbury Town 1-0 in Wembley to win the EFL Trophy and was the club’s first time playing at Wembley. The season after, Danny Cowley guided the team to promotion to the EFL League One after winning League Two. The Lincoln City fans and manager Danny Cowley will be hoping the club can stay in League One next season as they prepare for a hugely difficult season.