managership managership


  • (n) the position of manager


  1. Last November Cleveland junked city managership, decided to return to a mayor--council form of municipal government.
  2. He will abscond with the loot unless Ford gives him his daughter's hand and a general managership.


  • Lawwell said: "I can confirm - and I am delighted to say - that Gordon Strachan has accepted the managership at Celtic. Martin was involved in the process and was kept fully aware as negotiations and discussions went on."
    on May 25, 2005 By: Peter Lawwell Source:

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