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Timeline: New boss' last decade

16 December 2014

Clarke's recent achievements

Steve Clarke has enjoyed success at the highest level of football in recent years.

Below Reading supporters can see what our newly-appointed boss has achieved over the last decade...



2004 – Promoted from Chelsea’s academy set-up by Jose Mourinho to become his assistant manager.



2005 – Wins the Premier League and League Cup with Chelsea.



2006 – Retains the Premier League with a joint league record of 29 wins from 38 games.



2007 – Wins an FA Cup and League Cup double.



2008 – Reaches the Champions League final in Moscow.



2009 – Works alongside Gianfranco Zola at West Ham as the Hammers finish ninth in the Premier League.



2010 – Leaves West Ham after the departure of Zola.



2011 – Joins Kenny Dalglish as his assistant manager at Liverpool.



2012 – Wins the League Cup with the Reds and is named November’s Manager of the Month after taking the manager's at West Brom.



2013 – Guides the Baggies to their highest ever Premier League finish, eighth, and a points total of 49. Secures West Brom’s first win at Manchester United for the first time in 35 years.

2014 – Appointed as manager of Reading Football Club on a two and-a-half year contract.

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