Here are all 17 permanent Portsmouth managers since 2000

POMPEY has experience glorious highs and deep lows since the turn of the millennium.

Monday, 11th March 2019, 9:15 am
Updated Monday, 11th March 2019, 10:20 am
Pompey bosses since 2000

From lifting the FA Cup and recording their highest Premier League finish to being relegated to League Two, a number of different managers have guided them through the hard times and the good. Here are all 17 permanent Portsmouth managers in the 21st century. 

The Welsh manager took charge of Pompey on January 13, 2000, and his reign lasted until October 12 of the same year. During his time he steered the club away from relegation. His win record was 31%
Pompey's second full-time manager of the millenium, he took over the hot seat on October 12, 2000, as player-manager and lasted 23 games until February 25, 2001, winning just five games. His win record was 21%

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Taking over on February 25, 2001, he saved Pompey from relegation from the First Division on the final day of the season. After a promising start, he was sacked on March 25, 2002, after a string of poor results. His win record was 28%
Director of football Redknapp took over as manager on March 25, 2002. He led Pompey to the Premier League in 2003 before walking out on November 24, 2004, and joining rivals Southampton. His win record was 46%
Director of football Zajec took over as manager of Pompey following Redknapp's departure in November 2004 and lasted until April 2005, winning just five of his 21 matches in charge. His win record was 23%
The Frenchman took charge in April 2005 and led them to safety in the Premier League, including a 4-1 thumping of Redknapp's Southampton. He was sacked in November 2005 following poor start to next season. His win record was 19%
Harry returned to Pompey on December 7, 2005, for a second spell. During this time he led Pompey to a famously 2008 FA Cup victory. In October 2008 he left Pompey again, this time joining Spurs. His win record was 42%
Assistant manager Tony Adams took over in October 2008 following Redknapp's second departure. His reign saw a famous 2-2 draw with a star-studded AC Milan side, but he was sacked in February 2009. Adams win record was 18%
Hart was initially appointed caretaker manager in February 2009 but was given the job full-tome after keeping them up. He was sacked in November 2009 following the worst start to a Premier League season. His win record was 30%
Grant took over in November 2009, he led Pompey to their second FA cup final in three years. Pompey also had a nine-point deduction and were relegated after finishing bottom. He resigned on May 20, 2010. His win record was 30%
Took over as manager in June 2010 ahead of the 2010-11 Championship season. Following further financial difficulties, Pompey finished 15th. On October 14, 2011, Cotterill left to join Nottingham Forest. His win record was 29%
He took over as Pompey boss on November 10, 2011. Under his reign the club finished 22nd in the Championship and were relegated to League One. On November 2, 2012, he left to become Blackpool manager. His win record was 25%
A former Pompey striker, he was given the job on November 7, 2012. Under his reign Pompey were relegated to League Two following a record winless run of 23 games. He was sacked on November 25, 2013. His win record was 21%
Barker was appointed Pompey manager on December 9, 2013. He was sacked on March 27, 2014, after winning just four of his 20 games in charge. His win record was just 20%
Former Pompey defender Awford was appointed manager on May 1, 2014, having saved them from relegation from League Two as caretaker. He left the club by mutual consent on April 13, 2015. His win record was 36%
Cook was appointed manager on May 12, 2015. During his first season, Pompey made the League Two play-offs but lost to Plymouth. He led the club to the League Two title in 2016-17, though, before leaving to join Wigan. His win record was 48%
Pompey's current boss was appointed on June 2, 2017, ahead of the League One season. Under his reign Pompey climbed to top of League One table this season. His win record is the best of this century at the moment with 50%