Notts County manager Sam Allardyce attempting to look cool by peering around a door. County Ground, Nottingham, Spetember 1998.

Can you name all 12 clubs Sam Allardyce has managed in his career?

Love him or hate him, you can’t deny Sam Allardyce has had a long and successful career as a football manager. But how well do you remember it?

Allardyce – or is that Allardici? – took over at his first club as player-manager in 1991 and has since added 11 more to his CV, winning four promotions and taking one of his sides into Europe.

He also infamously managed England for a single game in 2016 – but here we’re only asking you to name the 12 clubs he has managed, be it as player-manager, caretaker or on a full-time basis.

“Overall, I would say my managerial career has been an eight out of 10 because I’ve ended up being a saviour rather than a developer as a manager,” Allardyce told World Football Index.

“I could build a side as well as save a side yet most people think of me as a manager as ‘Go and get Sam, he’ll save you.’

“I understand that and I am fine with that but I can also build a side too.”

Once you’ve taken on this Big Sam-shaped challenge, why not have a crack at naming every club Peter Crouch has played for? (Insert joke about tall order here).

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In the meantime, good luck, and don’t forget to tweet us your scores at @planetfutebol.

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