|Full name Allan William McManus|
1992–1995 Heart of Midlothian
Height 1.85 m
Place of birth Paisley, Scotland
Name Allan McManus
|Date of birth (1974-11-17) 17 November 1974 (age 41)|
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Allan William McManus (born 17 November 1974 in Paisley, Renfrewshire) is a Scottish former professional football player and coach. He played for Hearts, Livingston, Alloa Athletic, Ayr United, Airdrie United, St Johnstone, Greenock Morton, Dumbarton, Arbroath and the now defunct Airdrie.
McManus scored his first St Johnstone goal on 2 January 2007, a 90th-minute winner against Ross County at McDiarmid Park.
McManus made his début for Morton in a 6–3 victory over Stranraer in the League Cup. After the sacking of Davie Irons, McManus was made caretaker manager of Greenock Morton alongside James Grady. They were appointed permanently, with McManus as the assistant manager. on 31 October 2009. McManus and Grady were sacked on 9 May 2010, after narrowly avoiding relegation from the First Division.
McManus was then offered a chance to take up playing again with Dumbarton, and agreed to sign for the 2010–11 season. McManus joined third division leaders Arbroath on a one–month emergency loan on 18 February 2011, but then retired from playing at the end of the season.
After an unsuccessful start to the 2016–17 season, St Mirren boss Alex Rae and his assistant David Farrell were both sacked by the club, with Head of Youth Development, McManus, being appointed interim manager.