Bryan Gunn began his managerial career with Norwich City.
Gunn was officially confirmed as manager on January 21, 2009 after a successful spell as caretaker manager. Gunn had replaced previous boss Glenn Roeder at Carrow Road. He remained in the role until August 14, 2009.
Previously, in November 2007, Gunn was confirmed as Goalkeeper coach at Norwich after working with the club in an ambassador role.
In 2002, Gunn was made an inaugural member of the Norwich City F.C. Hall of Fame.
As a player, he was a goalkeeper for Aberdeen, Norwich, Hibernian and he represented Scotland 6 times.
Gunn began his professional career with Aberdeen in 1980. At Aberdeen, he received Scottish League Cup and European Cup Winners Cup winner's medals. Whilst at Aberdeen, Bryan was under the leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson CBE.
Gunn spent the majority of his career at Norwich making 477 first team appearances for Norwich.
He was twice voted Norwich City player of the year in 1988 and 1993. It was in 1993 where Norwich finished third in the Premier League, their highest-ever finish.
Bryan was a key member of the Norwich side who enjoyed the remarkable win over European giants Bayern Munich in the UEFA Cup, making several crucial saves that kept the Canaries in the match in the Olympic Stadium.
Gunn made six appearances for Scotland, four of which were in World Cup qualifiers in 1993.