Chris Wilder has had a promising record wherever he has managed. (Photo by John Sibley - Pool/Getty Images)

How does Chris Wilder's win per cent ratio at Halifax Town, Oxford United, Northampton Town and Sheffield United stack up against these former Middlesbrough managers

The mood on Teesside is positive after it was announced Chris Wilder was the new manager of Middlesbrough.

By Joe Ramage
Tuesday, 9th November 2021, 10:57 am

The former Sheffield United boss arrives in place of Neil Warnock who left his role on Saturday after a 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion.

And the 54-year-old has got supporters buzzing given the success he has had throughout his managerial career to date.

One thing which Wilder does seem to afford clubs is longevity having spent six years at both Halifax Town and Oxford United, and five years at Bramall Lane with the Blades.

Boro supporters will be hoping they can get a similar run out of Wilder who knows what it takes to guide a club to the Premier League having taken United there from League One in just three seasons.

And given Wilder’s success to date, here at The Mail we take a look at how Wilder’s win percentage from previous clubs stacks up against Boro managers over the last 25 years.

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