10. Glen Roeder
Had managers like Greenwood and Lyall been included on this list Glen Roeder would have missed out. However, he does make the list having managed to claim 27 wins, 23 draws and 36 defeats from his 86 games in charge leaving him with 1.21 points per game.
Roeder took over at West Ham in May 2001 and he led the Hammers to a 7th place finish in the top-flight during the 2001/02 campaign. However, the following season the club would ultimately have a massive drop off and were fighting relegation when he left and they were ultimately relegated.