Mark Warburton is an English professional football manager and former player who is currently manager of Queens Park Rangers. As a player, Warburton was a right back at non-League level with Enfield and Boreham Wood. He began his coaching career in the academy at Watford, before moving to Brentford in February 2011, serving as a coach and sporting director until being appointed manager in December 2013. He led the club from League One to promotion to the Championship in the 2013–14 season and finished the following season with the club's best second-tier placing for 80 years. He managed Rangers in Scotland from 2015 to 2017, winning the Scottish Championship title and the Scottish Challenge Cup in his first season. He joined Nottingham Forest in March 2017, but was dismissed after nine months.
About Mark Warburton
Defender who played for Enfield from 1981-1985 and went on to manage Brentford, starting as an assistant manager in 2011 and officially taking the helm in 2013.
He played youth soccer for Leicester City in 1977-1978.
In December 2013, he won the Football League One Manager of the Month Award.
His son Jack is a soccer player and played on Watford and Leicester City's youth teams.
He and forward Luke Norris both joined Brentford in 2011.