Steve Bruce during the Championship match between West Bromwich Albion and Huddersfield Town at The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, March 2022.

Can you name every single club that Steve Bruce has managed?

Steve Bruce is set to retire from management after taking charge of 11 separate clubs, but we want to know if you can you name them all?

Bruce left his latest club in October 2022 and the 62-year-old recently announced that he’ll be unlikely to take up the reins elsewhere in the future.

“I’m looking at it now, the last job in particular hasn’t gone so well,” the former Manchester United defender said. “So is it time to say “okay – can I see if I can be without it?”

“But, certainly, I’ve enjoyed it. Has it been difficult? Of course it has – if you’re going to go into management there is going to be difficult moments ahead. I don’t think you can ever say never – but at this moment in time I’m bordering on that way (retirement).”

Bruce’s career in the dugout started in 1998, when he took over at his first club as a player-coach. Since then, he’s managed all over England, winning four promotions from the second tier and an FA Cup runners-up medal.

His spell at his boyhood clubs, between 2019 and 2021 didn’t go to plan, however, and fans were vociferous in their opposition.

What we want you to do here is name all of the 11 sides he’s managed since 1998, with Bruce having taken in two spells at one of them.

We’ve given you the years of his various appointments as clues and five minutes to get them all. The score to beat from the Planet Football office is 11/11 and we expect a lot of you to get full marks too.

If you’re after another brain teaser once you’ve finished this, have a go at naming every current Premier League club’s top scorer in the competition.

If you haven’t already, sign up for a Planet Sport account to access hints for those tricky answers and to register your score on the leaderboard.

Good luck, and don’t forget to tweet us your scores at @planetfutebol.

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