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manager

 [man´ah-jer]
one who controls how something is done or used.
case manager the health care professional responsible for formulating a coordinated, comprehensive plan for individuals who need long-term health care supervision. It is the responsibility of the case manager to work with all health care providers, the patient, the patient's significant others, third party payers, and health care facilities in order to identify and meet the patient's needs.

manager

A generic term for a person who is formally responsible for co-ordinating a particular activity by directing or guiding the activity of subordinates.
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Their demise is a bitter blow to the league as Manor had been their flagship, especially during the 80s when they won the Premier One title on three successive occasions from 1988 until 1990, the Tribune Cup and the Today Cup each four times plus the prestigious Birmingham County FA Sunday Vase under the managership of Martin Bewell.
Hoddle is a com-parative newcomer to the managership role and for him to have the gall to advise Alex Ferguson, who is by far the best in the business having done it all, was arrogance of the highest nature.
Colchester, two places and three points better off than Town, have yet to lose under the managership of Aidy Boothroyd, the former Town full-back who will be in the dug-out for the sixth time tomorrow.
In my opinion This just adds up to another farcical episode under the managership of Walter Smith.
accepting the vacant managership at Leicester because he felt it was too early to walk out on Pompey.
It was reported this week that the majority of Rangers fans still have confidence in Advocaat's managership at Ibrox.
Woods had played for City under George Rooney's managership.
Stuart Pearce, who lost the managership of Nottingham Forest and his place in the Premiership, won the support last night of Glenn Hoddle.
Under the managership of Bert Tann, who stayed in the hot seat for 18 years from 1950, Rovers were a pretty solid side.
Football managership is never a secure business,but his treatment seems rough by any standards -and I say that as someone who knows Flynn and his flaws.
He wants to spare them the anguish that he is convinced a joint managership will bring.
Club coach Jo Nightingale, who has relinquished the managership to former England Under-18 coach Val Lee, explained: "We have to look ahead to Great Britain going to the Olympic Games next autumn and we support the idea of players having time to recuperate.