Mike Walker is a vastly experienced manager who took charge of Norwich City and Everton in the Premier League.
Walker began his managerial career with Colchester United before joining Norwich. At Carrow Road he guided the Canaries to their highest-ever league finish in the newly formed Premier League, where they finished third and qualified for the 1993/94 UEFA Cup. This triumph also ensured that Norwich had qualified for European competition for the first time.
The following season in the UEFA Cup, Norwich achieved a famous victory over Bayern Munich before eventually being knocked out by Inter Milan.
Walker left Norwich in January 1994, to become manager of Everton. During his time in charge, Walker oversaw a memorable last day escape from relegation with the Toffees securing a 3-2 home victory over Wimbledon - with Everton being 2-0 down at half time.
After managing Everton, Walker returned to Norwich and remained in charge for two seasons with the club being in the Football League.
After leaving Norwich, Walker also had a spell managing overseas in Cyprus for APOEL.