Alex McLeish

21 Jan 1963 (Age 51)
Previous Teams (Manager): 
Motherwell, Hibernian, Rangers, Scotland, Birmingham, Aston Villa, Nott'm Forest
Previous Teams (Player): 
Aberdeen, Motherwell
League Cup (2011); Scottish Premier League (2003, 2005); Scottish Cup (2002, 2003); Scottish League Cup (2002, 2003, 2005); Scottish First Division (1999)
Manager of the Month Awards: 
Premier League (Dec 2009); Scottish Premier League (Oct 2000, Feb 2002, Sept 2002, Feb 2003, Aug 2003, Sept 2003, Nov 2004, Feb 2005, Jan 2006)
Championship (Birmingham 2008-09); Scottish First Division (Hibernian 1998-99)
Premier League (Birmingham 2007-08, 2010-11)
Football manager Alex McLeish

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In his weekly opinion column, Mike Holden insists Alex McLeish has no right to complain about the criticism coming his way.
Manchester United restored their five-point cushion at the top with an emphatic victory over Aston Villa on Sunday.
Peter Ling expects West Brom to give a good account when Chelsea visit on Saturday and he's also backing Aston Villa.
Aston Villa and England striker Darren Bent is set to miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury.
We're backing Sunderland and Aston Villa to win away on Saturday, the latter by the odd goal in true Alex McLeish fashion.
Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph may miss the remainder of the season after suffering an ankle injury.
Aston Villa defender Richard Dunne is set to be missing for two months after injuring his shoulder on Sunday.
Joleon Lescott's winner at Aston Villa took Manchester City back to the top while West Brom thrashed Wolves on Sunday.
West Brom have Wolves where they want them and Mike Holden is backing their reactive approach to come up trumps on Sunday.
Manchester United came from three goals down to claim a point at Stamford Bridge on Sunday while Newcastle also enjoyed success.
Blackburn missed the chance to move out of the drop zone as Tim Krul's penalty save helped Newcastle snatch victory at Ewood Park.
We've picked out a couple of bets for Wednesday's action, including Newcastle to triumph over Blackburn at Ewood Park.