Paul Lambert

Paul Lambert

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Paul Lambert

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Paul Christopher Lambert (born 7 August 1969) is a Scottish football manager and former player who is the manager of Norwich City. He won numerous trophies as a player, winning the Scottish Cup with St. Mirren as a 17-year-old, the UEFA Champions League with Borussia Dortmund, all the Scottish domestic honours with Celtic and 40 caps for Scotland.

He replaced Bryan Gunn in August 2009 as manager of Norwich City whom he led to the League One title and promotion to the Championship in April 2010. One year later he led the team to promotion to the Premier League as runners-up.

Playing career

St Mirren and Motherwell

Lambert started his playing career at Linwood Rangers Boys' Club in 1980, before entering the professional game with St. Mirren in 1985. With St Mirren in 1987, the 17 year old Lambert won his first Scottish Cup winner's medal when they beat favourites Dundee Utd in what turned out to be the last time the Scottish Cup was won by a team composed entirely of Scottish players. He played with St Mirren for eight years before transferring to Motherwell in 1993, where under Alex McLeish's management, he helped the team finish league runners-up, the club's highest finish for 60 years.

Borussia Dortmund

In 1996, Lambert transferred to the German Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund where he was deployed as defensive midfielder. He was well liked by the fans in Germany, and he contributed to the team's success in winning the 1997 UEFA Champions League: in the Final...
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