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Video: See Behind the Scenes of Steve Clarke’s First Day as Kilmarnock Manager

Video: See Behind the Scenes of Steve Clarke’s First Day as Kilmarnock Manager

Steve Clarke is now the Kilmarnock manager – and the club have given fans an interesting insight into his first day at work.

The highly experienced Scottish boss has swapped English football for a crack at the Scottish game with the Rugby Park outfit.

He was appointed as Lee McCulloch’s replacement last week and arrives to much optimism from everybody associated with the club.

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Clarke has never managed in Scotland, instead developing his reputation as a coach in England.

He worked with Jose Mourinho at Chelsea during the Portuguese manager’s first stint at Stamford Bridge and went on to become assistant at West Ham, Liverpool and Aston Villa while taking the top jobs at West Brom and Reading.

So you can understand why Kilmarnock fans are excited about Clarke’s appointment.

While everything he does early on at Rugby Park will be watched closely, the club’s media team made sure to have their cameras on him constantly as he got down to work on his first day on Monday.

The behind the scenes look at Clarke’s arrival includes a team talk with the squad as well as meeting the hard-working Rugby Park staff:

Clarke will get eight days to work with his squad before taking charge of his first game Killie visit Rangers in the Premiership on October 25th.

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