On the day Tony Mowbray returns to hometown club Middlesbrough as manager skysports.com looks back at his career to date. Mowbray is well loved on Teesside having established himself as a club legend during his playing days which saw him make 419 appearances in over a decade at Boro.
1963: Born November 22, Saltburn, North Yorkshire.
1981: Signs for Middlesbrough as an apprentice.
1982: Makes debut in September in 1-1 draw at Newcastle at the age of 18. Goes on to win promotion to the top flight from Division Three.
1991: After making 419 appearances, scoring 30 goals and representing England at B level, he joins Celtic in November for £1million.
1995: Joins Ipswich in October for £300,000 after 93 appearances and six goals for Celtic.
2000: May - Plays final game against Barnsley in the First Division play-off final at Wembley after scoring eight goals in 149 appearances. Appointed full-time coach after Ipswich's promotion to the Premier League.
2003: Acts as caretaker manager for four games during the period in between the sacking of George Burley and appointment of Joe Royle.
2004: May - Appointed manager of Hibernian.
July - Knocked out of Intertoto Cup by Vetra Vilnius of Lithuania in first competitive games.
2005: May - Hibs finish third in the SPL to claim UEFA Cup place.
2006: October 11 - Hibs grant West Brom permission to interview Mowbray and he is appointed manager two days later.
2007: May 28 - West Brom lose Championship play-off final 1-0 to Derby after finishing fourth in table.
2008: April 5 - West Brom reach FA Cup semi-finals but are beaten 1-0 by Portsmouth at Wembley.
May 4 - West Brom win the Championship.
2009: May 17 - West Brom are relegated from the Premier League following 2-0 home defeat by Liverpool.
June 16 - Mowbray is confirmed as the new manager of Celtic on a 12-month rolling contract.
December 2 - Celtic finally record their first Europa League victory of the season at the fifth attempt but a 2-0 win over Hapoel is not enough to prevent them being knocked out of the competition.
2010: February 1 - Celtic complete loan capture of Robbie Keane from Tottenham, the last of eight transfer-window signings. The window also sees big names Gary Caldwell, Barry Robson and Scott McDonald leave the club.
February 2 - Keane's debut ends in defeat as Celtic lose to Kilmarnock for the first time in nine years.
February 28 - Celtic lose third Old Firm derby of the season 1-0 to fall 13 points behind Rangers.
March 24 - Celtic are thrashed 4-0 at second-bottom St Mirren.
March 25 - Celtic confirm the departure of Mowbray, assistant manager Mark Venus and first-team coach Peter Grant.
October 26 - Mowbray appointed Middlesbrough manager.
Is Tony Mowbray the right man to lead Middlesbrough back into the Premier League?