Definition of Managership. Meaning of Managership. Synonyms of Managership

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Definition of Managership

Managership
Managership Man"a*ger*ship, n. The office or position of a manager.

Meaning of Managership from wikipedia

- César Ritz (23 February 1850 – 24 October 1918) was a Swiss hotelier and founder of several hotels, most famously the Hôtel Ritz in Paris and the Ritz...
- City. He remained with Manchester City as a coach under Kevin Keegan's managership until being promoted to the manager's job, which he held from 2005 to...
- on 22 September after Sunderland had won only three games under his managership. Di Canio was born in Rome, in the district of Quarticciolo, a working-cl****...
- the first-team coaching of Ray Lewington and latterly Dave B****ett's managership Palace reached the play-offs. Palace lost the 1996 play-off final in...
- once a draper's boy in Emersons, the small shop that grew under his managership into The Paradise, which has come to dominate the high street to the...
- won the UEFA Super Cup against Real Madrid in 2000. Under Lucescu's managership, Galatasaray reached the quarter-finals on the UEFA Champions League...
- from the last three games to stay up, which they achieved under the managership of Harry Redknapp. Redknapp lasted another month, his former ****istant...
- league, cup and European matches in two separate spells, mostly under the managership of his father Brian Clough, and scored 131 goals throughout his career...
- of attractive football and success which had not been seen since the managership of John Lyall. Over 134 players p****ed through the club while he was...
- club was occasionally successful during the 1990s. Under Ersun Yanal's managership, the club has seen two successful seasons, becoming sixth in the 2000–01...
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