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Who is Cardiff City manager Mick McCarthy?

Mick McCarthy was born in Barnsley, England on the 7th of February, 1959 and is the current manager of Cardiff City. McCarthy played as a defender in his playing career where he made numerous appearances for European sides such as Manchester City, Celtic, Barnsley and Lyon.

As a player, Mick McCarthy won numerous honours in England. At Barnsley he won two promotions from the fourth and third division, he then gained a further promotion at Manchester City in 1984 which saw the club join the Premier League.

For Celtic, McCarthy won the 1987/88 Scottish Premier League along with 2 Scottish Cups in 1987/88 and 1988/89. Mick McCarthy won the Manchester City Player of the Year award in 1983/84 along with three Barnsley Player of the Year awards in 1977/78, 1978/79 and 1980/81. He was also named in seven PFA Teams of the Year between the years of 1977 and 1985.

In 1992, McCarthy started his managerial career at Milwall before becoming the Republic of Ireland manager just four years later. He then had three stints in England at Sunderland, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Ipswitch Town between the years of 2003 and 2018, however, returned to his role at the Republic of Ireland national team.

Mick McCarthy then joined Cyprian side APOEL in 2020 before returning to the United Kingdom to take charge of Cardiff City in 2021.

McCarthy’s only two managerial honours came at Sunderland and Wolverhampton Wanderers where he won the EFL Championship at both clubs in the 2004/05 and 2008/09 seasons respectively.

He was also named as the Philips Sports Manager of the Year along with the RTÉ Sports Person of the Year in 2001. He has five EFL Championship Manager of the Month awards along with two LMA Championship Manager of the Year awards in 2004/05 and 2008/09.