The Newcastle United head coach’s time in the dugout first began in 1998. Since then, he’s managed 983 games across 10 different teams, tasting victory 371 times.
On Tyneside, the 60-year-old is under significant pressure from Magpies supporters with the club just two points above the Premier League relegation zone.
Bruce’s win percentage at United boss has undoubtedly taken a hit recently, with just two wins in their last 18 league matches.
In fact, his current record at St James’s Park is actually the worst of his career, with just 29.1% of his games won.
Scroll and click through our gallery as we highlight the key numbers surrounding the former Manchester United defender’s career in management so far:
1. BEST: Crystal Palace (2001) - 61.1%
Bruce won 11 of his 18 games in charge at Selhurst Park before resigning in order to force a move to Birmingham City. Simon Jordan was Palace owner at the time.
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2. Aston Villa (2016-18) - 45.1%
Despite holding the second-best win percentage of his managerial career, Bruce was just as unpopular at Villa Park as he currently is on Tyneside. Record - managed 102, won 46, drew 25 and lost 31.
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3. Hull City (2012-16) - 40.8%
Bruce was promoted twice to the Premier League and relegated once during his four years at the KCOM Stadium, winning 82 of his 201 games in charge. He also lost 75.
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4. Sheffield United (1998-99) - 40%
The Blades was Bruce’s first managerial role, which he walked away from after just one season to join Huddersfield Town. In his 55 matches, 22 were won.
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