POLMONT. Macdonald Inchyra Hotel and Spa. The Falkirk Herald Business Awards 2011. Colet Selwyn, The Falkirk Herald Voice of 2011. Alex Totten, John Hughes and Jim Jefferies.
There have been plenty of men in the dug-out before Ray McKinnon - but who is the Bairns’ most successful boss? We took a look with help from www.bettermeddle.org.
14.81% - The first boss to take the Bairns in Europe managed just 27 matches and his record matched his nickname. 18.46 - His 18 months in the late 80s was largely forgettable. 21.88% - Ex-Bairns player was the famous subject of road rage following one of his 20 defeats 29.7% - Year and a half in charge paved the way for Billy Little's managerial era. 31.82% - Four months in charge included just three wins and a Scottish Cup exit. 34.27% - The Cup-winning captain's success didn't really translate to the dug-out 33.55% - Lengthy spell included a Second Division championship win, went on to manage Hearts Legendary name in the management game was in charge when the Bairns finished division two runners up twice. 34.43% - Man who discovered Gordon Smith of Hibs' famous Five also bossed Dundee 35.65% - One of the club's longest serving managers mirrored Shankly's achievement of a second placed finish 36.52% - Football has changed significantly since Orr led the Bairns in the early 1930s. 36.56% - The legendary Cup winning boss was in charge for just over two years and 104 matches 37.5% - Achieved more than 50 wins across two spells as boss 38.07% - The Bairns third manager didn't quite manage 200 games in charge. 38.46% - Signed as a player from Liverpool, but lasted only eight months as boss 38.65% - 80 wins including a Second Division championship for the well-remembered boss. 38.93% - As Bairns boss won the Scottish Cup, 2 Division One runners-up, 1 Division Two runners-up in more than 700 games in charge. 39.35% - Followed the legendary Nicol and continued his winning average 39.56% - Former player stepped into the dugout As boss on his own Hughes landed the Challenge Cup and First Division but was beaten by Rangers in the 2009 cup final - his final game. 40% - Short spell for the former Celtic midfielder saved the Bairns from relelagtion in one season but placed them back in peril the next year 41.35% - Lauded as one of the best with his silverware haul (two first division titles and a challenge cup) 41.90% - Hamstrung by cuts, he still delivered the Challenge Cup and blooded many youngsters during a spell which also included an early SPL relegation 42.59% - the current incumbent's tally will change... 45% - Got the team playing better after the Lambie disaster 45.41% - Another legendary boss was in charge for 15 years and won Division two and reached the final of the League Cup 47.48% - Two spells in charge for 'Mr Falkirk' he's ranked highly as Bairns boss. 48.08 - Won almost half of his games in charge during his year at the helm. Picture - Michael Gillen 50.94 - A year in charge made him Scotland's youngest manager but he quit after players were caught up in an incident on a trip away. 59.68% - The Ginger God took the Bairns so close to a third Scottish Cup and landed five manager of the month award 63.16% - The only duo in the club's history was a short-lived success before Coyle moved to St Johnston, landing the First Division Championship and a healthy win rate. Photo: Andrew Stuart 66.67% - Built one of the most revered Falkirk sides in modern memory and his stats back it up too. 75% Just two defeats for the caretaker over two stints stepping in as cover.