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Bruce Rioch (born September 6, 1947) is a former football player and coach.

He played for Luton Town, Aston Villa, Everton and Derby County, where he won a League Championship medal. He also won 24 caps for Scotland.

After retiring as a player, he moved into management, having the most success with Bolton Wanderers, where he led the team to promotion from the old Division Three to the Premiership. Rioch left Bolton for Arsenal in 1995, but lasted just over a year at the London club, before being sacked. He then joined QPR as assistant coach, and then Norwich City and Wigan Athletic as manager. After leaving Wigan in February 2001, he spent four and a half years away from management, working as a scout for friends at other clubs. He maintained that he would return to management should he "get offered the right job by the right people". He was appointed as head coach of Danish club Odense BK in June 2005.

 

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