Kilmarnock have been a mainstay in the top flight of Scottish football since 1993, winning a few cups along the way and whilst there’s been times Killie have been threatened with relegation, they’ve always came out the other end in a better place.
The Ayrshire-based club are currently led by Tommy Wright, who only took charge in February following the club parting ways with Alex Dyer.
Wright is hoping to lead Killie back to better times but they’re struggling as of now in a relegation battle. with their 28-year stay in the top division looking under threat.
Let’s look back at better times for the club though as we look at the managers who have the top 10 PPG (points per game) record in Kilmarnock history, with all the names managing at least 10 games for the club.