Alan Stubbs’ Rotherham managerial career in numbers

Alan Stubbs became Rotherham’s shortest serving manager in the club’s history when he was sacked on Wednesday.

It was four months to forget as a poor summer in the transfer market was followed by an even worse start to the season.

Here is Alan Stubbs spell at New York Stadium in numbers.

14 – Stubbs took charge of 14 matches, 13 in the league and one League Cup game.

37 – A leaky defence conceded 37 goals in those games at at average of 2.64 per game.

34.6 – The number of minutes on average Rotherham conceded under Stubbs.

7.14 – Alan Stubbs’ win ratio during his spell, the worst of any manager in the club’s history.

140 – From his June 1 appointment to his October 19 dismissal, Stubbs was in charge for 140 days.

1 – The Championship win over Brentford in August was the only win of the Liverpudlian’s tenure.

23 – The Millers played seven away games under and were breached a frightening 23 times, nine more than anyone else in the league.

6 – Stubbs’ reign ended on the back of six successive defeats, the first time the Millers had recorded such a run since 2004-05.

18.8 – The average number of shots per game that the Millers faced under Stubbs.

-18 – With the goals flying in, the Millers accrued a shocking goal difference, the worst in the entire Football League.

13 – The number of players Stubbs signed in what was a frustrating transfer window, paying money for five of them.

0 – All six points that the Millers accrued under Stubbs were accrued at home, leaving them pointless from seven away games.

26 – Chopping and changing was a regular occurrence under Stubbs, who used 26 players during his time.

10 – The Millers were defeated 10 times in Stubbs’ 14 games at the helm.


95 – Losing the first five away games, then going on for a sixth, was the first time the Millers had done that in 95 years.




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